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Windows Package Manager 1.3.1391-preview


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This is the third development build after the Windows Package Manager 1.2 build for Windows 10 (1809+) and Windows 11.

Experimental features are enabled in this release. The experimental support for portable applications now includes support for upgrade and uninstall (for portable packages).

Note: The Windows Package Manager Community Repository does not accept portable applications. They will not be accepted until after 1.3 is Generally Available and has been rolled out to the majority of Windows systems via the automatic upgrade from the Microsoft Store. Users may test with local manifests. You may need to manually clean up Windows Apps & Features if you install on the main OS rather than a Windows Sandbox.

What's Changed

  • Treat manifest localization validation error as warning for non full validation(manifest reading) by @yao-msft in #2144
  • Fixed builds on VS 2022 version 17.2. by @jedieaston in #2156
  • Implementation for Portable Uninstall and Upgrade by @ryfu-msft in #2140
  • Load index from validated msix for unpackaged context by @yao-msft in #2139
  • Doc for ARP version mapping change by @yao-msft in #2162
  • Fix list/upgrade table for packages with multiple ARP entries. by @jedieaston in #2137

Full Changelog: v1.3.1251-preview...v1.3.1391-preview


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