I made a fork of flow router and now I would like that Meteor uses that in my app for all dependencies of all packages I am using, which depend on
kadira:flow-router. But even if I have
api.imply('kadira:firstname.lastname@example.org') in my
package.js Meteor still loads
kadira:flow-router as a dependency. The consequence is that I have now two routers in the app but routes are registered to only one, so I am getting errors like
There is no route for the path: /.
It seems that the only way to go around this is to put a package inside
packages directory. But this is exactly what I wanted to avoid by publishing my own fork of the package.
So, why doesn’t
imply work and make it replace the dependency everywhere?