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Support for LTS version

See original GitHub issue

For now, I realized that the LTS version on is 14.15.0 But I always receive the version v12.19.0 on every build. Even though I removed node-version param from actions/setup-node step:


    runs-on: ubuntu-latest

      - name: Setup Node
        uses: actions/setup-node@v2.1.2
          check-latest: true

So I think that it should have some kind of lts version to indicate which version is currently the LTS version.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:6 (1 by maintainers)

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maxim-lobanovcommented, Dec 16, 2020

Hello everyone!

If you don’t provide node-version input, this action doesn’t setup Node.JS at all and default Image version is used: Default image version can be different on different images and it is not recommended to rely on it.

Unfortunately, this action doesn’t support lts tags yet and this request is tracked by #26 . So the best solution now is using 14.x that will point to latest release of Node.JS 14

dqncommented, Oct 31, 2020

I ran into a similar problem.

  • actions/setup-node@v1
    • node-version: 14.x => v14.14.0
    • node-version: >=14.15.0 => v15.0.1
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