> This is one of the gotchas of rakudobrew. It determines the version from
> the most recent release tag... but it uses git in default fetch mode, which
> only pulls the most recent tag and never updates it, so your updates will
> have the right commit hash but the wrong version from that point on. I
> typically do 'git fetch --all' (but 'git fetch --tags' is likely good
> enough for your use) in the three repos under ~/.rakudobrew/git_reference.
> (You only need to do it once; git will keep it up to date itself once it
> has been told that you want to track that.)
i did it. i also removed all the repo and artefacts to start from
scratch. yes i got a 2017.5. I have no more time to investigate so i
fallback to my old script to make things work.
thank you for helping
Marc Chantreux (eiro on github and freenode)
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