The npm community forum has been discontinued.
To discuss usage of npm, visit the GitHub Support Community.
Access to ecstatic previous versions
It seems that previous versions (before current one 4.1.2) are not available anymore in the version history.
Is it normal? Can we have back the old versions?
Since today we have errors in our code dev build job because of ecstatic 2.0.0 not available so I guess it could be related.
npm ERR! notarget No compatible version found: ecstatic@^2.0.0 npm ERR! notarget Valid install targets: npm ERR! notarget 4.1.2 npm ERR! notarget npm ERR! notarget This is most likely not a problem with npm itself. npm ERR! notarget In most cases you or one of your dependencies are requesting npm ERR! notarget a package version that doesn't exist. npm ERR! notarget npm ERR! notarget It was specified as a dependency of 'http-server' npm ERR! notarget
Thanks for your support
I just saw this issue on the ecstatic Github
Some other people have the same issue as me.
I guess we should follow the topic on the Github issue.
From reading the linked thread, looks like it may have been a deliberate (if unfortunate) decision by node-estatic owners rather than an issue with the registry.
Yes it was because of a security issue fixed only in version 4. But now versions 3 and 2 are upgraded as well and available again. So issue is fixed from my point of view.
$ npm view ecstatic versions --json [ "2.2.2", "3.3.2", "4.1.2" ]