Allow the contents of a bundle to be edited.

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When you're updating packages it seems to me that you have to create a new bundle to be able to use the new version of the package. Bundle version management seemed not to work either: when I created a new version of the bundle it didn't show any relationship with the old bundle in the bundle explorer.
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iwein

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Posted 7 years ago

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Yan Pritzker

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Hey thanks for your suggestion! Actually this is right up there on our list of things to do, so we're working on it :-) So it'll come out sooner rather than later. Stay tuned!
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iwein

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hehe, maybe you guys should have this list public so I don't waste time coming up with all these ideas
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Yan Pritzker

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iwein: you're awesome, keep em coming ;-)
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Is there also a way to "unbundle" or extract constituent packages from an existing bundle? Either that, or allow bundles to be incorporated into other bundles?

For example, I am creating my own bundle, and would like to be able to incorporate the bundle "curl" into it rather than having to first create a brand new "curl" package of my own.
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Yan Pritzker

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Hi RC, generally every package in a bundle is accessible to you, as long as it's public or it's been shared with you. In this case, the 'curl' package has not yet been made public, but we'll do that now. So you can now click through from the curl bundle to the curl package, and click the "Make bundle with this package" to make your own bundle, adding whatever other packages you like to it. Hope that helps!