Hi, I wast just thinking about something.
Currently both Nextcloud and ownCloud use the
<owncloud min-version="" max-version=""/> tag inside info.xml. (specific in the
The problem is that an app could support Nextcloud 10 but no necessarily ownCloud 10. (especially since this means a totally different release).
There are multiple solutions for this:
- introduce a nextcloud tag
- release two versions of an app
cc @BernhardPosselt for the appstore
EDIT: please note that this isn’t a big problem, just something we have to keep in mind I guess.
ownCloud 9.1 is Nextcloud 10
ownCloud 9.2 is Nextcloud 11
Afterwards we will have a look at this again.
Until then use the
owncloud-tag with the translated number.
The UI will still show “version 10 is required”, since I fixed that recently:
Afaik in nextcloud 10 you can just add
Where to add this
owncloud-tag with the translated number that the system accept the app?
Does it always work in this format as mentioned:
<nextcloud min-version="10"/> ?
I would like to use this at one app if it works at NC 10
No, we only check
<owncloud min-version="9.1"/> for now (NC 9, NC 10), also see docs: