I have noticed that protonmail-bridge ask for me to update the software even though I am using the latest version available.
I have opened an issue on GitHub, so I hope I will have some news about this issue.
What is the output of proton-bridge --version
My guess is your building it from the tarball which is usually what you should do. But some software, like micro does not identify its version properly if not built from a git clone an causes issues.
I was going to maintain this myself before I realised it was a paid only feature and abandoned it, so I just re-packaged it an I don't get the update message.
My output isINFO Run app appLong="Protonmail Bridge" appShort=bridge args="[proton-bridge --version]" build="2020-10-09T03:40:12+0000" pkg=main revision=01a8c9e9d7 runtime=linux version=v1.3.3-git Protonmail Bridge version v1.3.3-git (01a8c9e9d7) 2020-10-09T03:40:12+0000
Oct 11 2020
Oct 10 2020
Oct 9 2020
I worked on packaging protonmail-bridge... It is mostly done, but I have noticed that protonmail-bridge ask for me to update the software even though I am using the latest version available.
Sep 22 2020
What would be the process to become maintainer of this package? Is there any good examples on how to package this project?
May 13 2020
Will do :)
Just giving you a proof @DataDrake :)
Hi! There is a version out, it is 1.2.6!
Mar 23 2019
Just so that we have more information to help you out, in case it is related to the DE that you are using. What is the Desktop Environment that causes you this issue?
Apr 27 2018
What do we need to do to make this package work?