Last stretch! Repository upgrade and opam 2.0.0 roadmap

Date: 2018-08-02
Category: Tooling
Tags: opam

A few days ago, we released opam 2.0.0~rc4, and explained that this final release candidate was expected be promoted to 2.0.0, in sync with an upgrade to the opam package repository. So here are the details about this!

If you are an opam user, and don't maintain opam packages

So what will happen on September 17th ?

Advice for package maintainers

Advice for custom repository maintainers

¹ Sorry for the inconvenience. We'd be happy if we could keep maintaining the 1.2.2 repository for more time; repository maintainers are doing an awesome job, but just don't have the resources to maintain both versions in parallel.

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