Chatter on Wave 1.0.4

guppy

September 30, 01:15 PM

I tried to install Chatter on an existing wave installation version 1.0.4. The following errors occured. Installation failed, reverting ./composer.json to its original content.

[RuntimeException]
Could not load package luketowers/purifier in http://repo.packagist.org: [U
nexpectedValueException] Could not parse version constraint ~4.: Invalid v
ersion string "~4.
"

[UnexpectedValueException]
Could not parse version constraint ~4.: Invalid version string "~4."

I think html 5 purifier is outdated. What can i do instead?

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bobbyiliev

October 1, 06:10 PM

Hi there,

It does not seem to be a Wave specific issue I believe. That luketowers/purifier package is a dependency from Chatter.

One thing that I could suggest is submitting an issue to Chatter on GitHub:

https://github.com/thedevdojo/chatter

Let me know how it goes!

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