I’m trying to install the
uri package to play around with it. With 4.06.1, however, I get the following error:
$ opam install -v uri
Your request can't be satisfied:
- No package matches uri.
No solution found, exiting
'opam install -v uri' failed.
With 4.05.0, the package installs successfully.
The last version of
uri, though, seems compatible with OCaml 4.06. My guess is that one of
uri's dependencies prevents OPAM from installing on 4.06.1.
Is there a way to get more information out of OPAM in order to understand what’s going on “under the hood”, and why it won’t install the package?
That’s weird, I’m on 4.06.1 and I can
opam install uri just fine. What version of opam are you on? Have you done
My OPAM version is
1.2.2, and repository is up-to-date.
I think you are using the internal solver of opam 1.2.2, don’t.
opam conf report should be able to confirm this.
Oh, you’re right! I thought I had
$ opam conf report
# OPAM config report
# opam-version 1.2.2
# self-upgrade no
# os linux
# external-solver no
# criteria -removed,-notuptodate,-changed
# jobs 4
# repositories 1* (http)
# pinned 0
# current-switch 4.06.1
# last-update 2018-05-29 08:20
aspcud and retrying did the trick. Thanks!