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Identitysettings reference case sensitive for Linux

See original GitHub issue

Bug description

IdentitySettings reference will fail because it’s referenced as identitySettings (lowercase i). Casing differences are problematic on Linux machines, but not an issue on Windows machines.

Renaming this file to identitySettings.ts solves it.

Reproduction steps

  1. Run npm run publish on a linux machine on the self-hosted portal.

Is your portal managed or self-hosted?


Release tag or commit SHA (if using self-hosted version)


Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:6

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

azaslonovcommented, Jan 4, 2022

In another branch. But let me just cherry-pick it right now: #1583

azaslonovcommented, Jan 4, 2022

Fixed in scope of another issue.

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