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Karl Johan Kleist commented on Clay Hymas's post about 4 years

The forum swallowed a backslash! The second file should be:

. . . \ b o w e r _ c o m p o n e n t s \ f o u n d a t i o n - a p p s \ . b o w e r . j s o n

Karl Johan Kleist commented on Clay Hymas's post about 4 years

Bumping this question after three months...

Also, I am noticing the same issue in foundation-apps 1.0.2:

...\bower_components\foundation-apps\bower.json
...\bower_components\foundation-apps.bower.json

The two files seem identical, but the latter contains some extra stuff at the end:
Javascript
"_release": "1.0.2",
"_resolution": {
"type": "version",
"tag": "v1.0.2",
"commit": "ff33e2da2e0413d4ec9d5fade525c840094e0444"
},
"_source": "git://github.com/zurb/foundation-apps.git",
"_target": "~1.0.2",
"_originalSource": "foundation-apps"

So, ZURB, why this duplication?

Karl Johan Kleist commented on Karl Johan Kleist's post over 4 years

Thanks for your assistance, Antonin.

The npm maintainers seem to have found the underlying problem (a race condition related to the cache): https://github.com/npm/npm/pull/7107

And as already said: installing the packages separately solved the problem.

Karl Johan Kleist commented on Paul Ellis's post over 5 years

I've been wondering about this ".git" directory as well. See my comment in http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/857-upgrading-to-f5sass-without-compass--ruby--#

Karl Johan Kleist commented on Wing-Hou Chan's post over 5 years

I'd like to get rid of my Ruby dependencies too. Trying to understand what "foundation new" does, I've investigated "[...]Ruby\193\lib\ruby\gems\1.9.1\gems\foundation-1.0.4\lib\foundation\cli\generator.rb".

EDIT: Please ignore my silly remark:

I'm no git pro, but why first "git clone" and then "git remote rm origin"? Wouldn't "git checkout" do the same, without littering with the ".git" directory mentioned by "http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/245-nested-git-repositories" ?

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You commented on Clay Hymas's post about 4 years

The forum swallowed a backslash! The second file should be:

. . . \ b o w e r _ c o m p o n e n t s \ f o u n d a t i o n - a p p s \ . b o w e r . j s o n

You commented on Clay Hymas's post about 4 years

Bumping this question after three months...

Also, I am noticing the same issue in foundation-apps 1.0.2:

...\bower_components\foundation-apps\bower.json
...\bower_components\foundation-apps.bower.json

The two files seem identical, but the latter contains some extra stuff at the end:
Javascript
"_release": "1.0.2",
"_resolution": {
"type": "version",
"tag": "v1.0.2",
"commit": "ff33e2da2e0413d4ec9d5fade525c840094e0444"
},
"_source": "git://github.com/zurb/foundation-apps.git",
"_target": "~1.0.2",
"_originalSource": "foundation-apps"

So, ZURB, why this duplication?

You commented on Karl Johan Kleist's post over 4 years

Thanks for your assistance, Antonin.

The npm maintainers seem to have found the underlying problem (a race condition related to the cache): https://github.com/npm/npm/pull/7107

And as already said: installing the packages separately solved the problem.

You commented on Paul Ellis's post over 5 years

I've been wondering about this ".git" directory as well. See my comment in http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/857-upgrading-to-f5sass-without-compass--ruby--#

You commented on Wing-Hou Chan's post over 5 years

I'd like to get rid of my Ruby dependencies too. Trying to understand what "foundation new" does, I've investigated "[...]Ruby\193\lib\ruby\gems\1.9.1\gems\foundation-1.0.4\lib\foundation\cli\generator.rb".

EDIT: Please ignore my silly remark:

I'm no git pro, but why first "git clone" and then "git remote rm origin"? Wouldn't "git checkout" do the same, without littering with the ".git" directory mentioned by "http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/245-nested-git-repositories" ?

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