I have a project in meteor 1.2.1 and I was starting a new one in meteor 1.3. When I tried to update my new meteor project to 1.3 the other one stop working as before. I tried to downgrade with meteor update --release 1.2.1 but it didnt work as I expected. How can I have two projects with different meteor versions? Anything special to do? Anything wrong with this downgrade command?
My understanding is that you don't downgrade you just run it with the --release flag and it runs as if that version were installed.
So install 1.3 and when you want to run as 1.2.1 use the release flag.
> meteor --release 1.2.1
How can I have two projects with different meteor versions?
Meteor maintains a list of previously installed versions on your computer so multiple apps on the same machine can use different versions (your exact use case). On *NIX operating systems, you can see the list with this:
Anything wrong with this downgrade command?
Probably. Meteor is designed to upgrade cleanly from version to version, but, as I understand it, downgrading may be another matter. My recommendation (assuming you are using version control) would be to check out whatever commit you made prior to the upgrade command.
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