So event-stream 3.3.6 was removed from NPM because it depended on vulnerable flatmap-stream 0.1.1. But in Mastodon's dependency tree, we had event-stream 3.3.6 depending on flatmap-stream 0.1.0.

Anyway, because event-stream 3.3.6 was yanked from NPM all of our builds break right now


The unfortunate consequence is that Docker images for v2.6.3 cannot be built because of this. The upgrade will work fine for all existing non-Docker installations, but not fresh ones.

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Ironically the event-stream dependency can be easily avoided. I'm removing it and then bumping to v2.6.4 so everyone can upgrade. Awkward situation though, I'm sorry.

@Gargron Good thing I read this before trying to update my Docker install πŸ˜”

Such is life though, great work!

@CrowderSoup @Gargron I'm glad I always do a `docker pull tootsuite/mastodon:v2.6.3` on my server first to cache the image, and in this case, obviously it isn't there. πŸ˜‹

@gargron As a user, I appreciate you're discussing such an issue on your public timeline :)

@Gargron Awesome, I think it's great that you're getting a fix out so quickly!

RAILS_ENV=production bundle exec rails assets:precompile
rails aborted!
SyntaxError: /home/mastodon/live/lib/mastodon/version.rb:16: syntax error, unexpected <<
<<<<<<< HEAD
/home/mastodon/live/lib/mastodon/version.rb:18: syntax error, unexpected ===, expecting keyword_end
/home/mastodon/live/vendor/bundle/ruby/2.5.0/gems/bootsnap-1.3.2/lib/bootsnap/load_path_cache/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:21:in `require'
for v2.6.4 non-docker with ruby 2.5.3

@G_Dog1985 You merged something when you should't have been merging


Tbh this is a feature not a bug. At least in my eyes as a cranky old sysadmin who wants these containers to get off my lawn.

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