Why do I have Roundcube 1.3.9 with no proposed update?

My YunoHost server

Hardware: Internet Cube with VPN
YunoHost version:
I have access to my server : Through SSH, through the webadmin
Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no

Description of my issue

I installed Roundcube on an internet cube and was expecting to get the latest version, which I believe is 1.4.2 as explained on the roundcube_ynh page.

Roundcube 1.4 is nice 'cause it has a new look with elastic theme :wink: :wink:

But the version I have installed is 1.3.9, and if I go to system updates, it doesn’t mention any Roundcube update. The rest of the system is up to date, so I don’t really understand.
There’s one weird thing though, it keeps proposing me to upgrade linux-image-next-sunxi in the system, but when I hit upgrade it doesn’t do it (no error in the process, just it logs: The following packages have been kept back: linux-image-next-sunxi) for the rest the system seem up to date (from what I can see), and is pretty empty because it’s a brand new install.

I checked on demo.yunohost.org and the version there is 1.4.1 (not 1.4.2 but that’s cool already).

So I was wondering why the update didn’t arrive to this YunoHost. Maybe I just need to wait…
Anyone has an idea why it’d be this way? Or some knowledge on how the update mechanism for YunoHost apps work (what are the steps)?

Thanks a lot :slight_smile:

Hi @chateau

When I try to install round cube, it offers the 1.4.1~ynh1 version which is the “master” branch of https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/roundcube_ynh/tree/master when you go to the page you get the testing branch which is 1.4.2.

That doesn’t explain why you’re stuck on 1.3.9.

What settings and informations do you find in Home > Tools > Applications list ? On my install I get

Last update
    January 27, 2020, 10:11 AM

Hey @arthurlutz, thanks for your reply.
I have the same info you have in Home > Tools > Applications list > yunohost (with today’s date instead, but that make sense).

I have another app list: https://neutrinet.be/apps.json as well, that I added to install the neutrinet app, but I don’t see any reason why this would have any impact, since that list only contain that one app.

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