How to update appzard

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$ curl -k -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/AppZard1/AppzardOffline/main/scripts/upgrade.sh > $APPDATA/appzard/scripts/upgrade.sh
bash: $APPDATA/appzard/scripts/upgrade.sh: ambiguous redirect

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If I reinstall appzard then is it update automatically

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I think this is very confusing, because according to me version 1.4.2 was the last one :v (because I understood that it was combined with 1.0.3).

Since the builder says that I’m using version 1.0.3

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Hello @Quantum20 ,
We serve two services which receives releases separately:

  • Appzard Offline CLI ( which runs Appzard workspace locally )
  • Appzard Workspace

The latest version of appzard offline is v1.4.2 ( find it out by running appzard -v.
The latest version of appzard workspace is v1.0.3 ( find it out by opening the help → about dialog ).

So your Appzard installation is correct and up to date, with the following versions.

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See mine and tell what I need to do

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@Faraz_Firoz , my reply referred to the error @SRIKAR_B.S.S experienced, you don’t need to do that meanwhile. Please follow my advice here:

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What do you mean. I do not understand where to escape a

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Try the following command:

bash '$APPDATA/appzard/scripts/upgrade.sh'

You can notice that the upgrade script path is surrounded with a quote.

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$ bash ‘$APPDATA/appzard/scripts/upgrade.sh’
bash: $APPDATA/appzard/scripts/upgrade.sh: No such file or directory

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Tell me na If I reinstall appzard then Is I got new version automatically

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Yes you would get, but first, please check if appzard -version is equal to 1.4.2 or, if it’s equal, you already have the latest version.

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$ appzard -version
Unhandled exception:
FormatException: Could not find an option with short name “-e”.
#0 Parser._validate (package:args/src/parser.dart:309)
#1 Parser._parseShortFlag (package:args/src/parser.dart:229)
#2 Parser._handleAbbreviation (package:args/src/parser.dart:217)
#3 Parser._parseAbbreviation (package:args/src/parser.dart:185)
#4 Parser.parse (package:args/src/parser.dart:85)
#5 ArgParser.parse (package:args/src/arg_parser.dart:335)
#6 main (file:///d:/a/appzardofflinesources/appzardofflinesources/lib/appzard.dart:36)
#7 main (file:///d:/a/appzardofflinesources/appzardofflinesources/bin/appzard.dart:4)
#8 _delayEntrypointInvocation. (dart:isolate-patch/isolate_patch.dart:281)
#9 _RawReceivePortImpl._handleMessage (dart:isolate-patch/isolate_patch.dart:184)

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Appzard -v give me 1.4.2

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$ appzard -v
1.4.2

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Your installation is already up to date then.

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Then what I need to do

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Please confirm this that when I reinstall appzard offline then I will get 1.3.0 because I do same one time but I do not get latest version

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What about this sir

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$ appzard doctor
Making sure all setup…
Checking Java is installed…
Done!
Checking that all the required directories exists…
Done!
Checking that all the required ports are available…
Checking the 8888 port availability…
Port 8888 is available!
Port 9990 is available!
Checking if the installation is up to date…
Done!
Everything is alright!

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$ appzard -v
1.4.2

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He already explained above about the versions if your CLI is 1.4.2 and the builder in the about option tells you that you use version 1.3.0 everything is updated and correct.

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I will try doing this

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