When running tests of the package KiteControllers I see this message:
Info Packages marked with ⌃ and ⌅ have new versions available, but those with ⌅ cannot be upgraded. To see why use `status --outdated`
If I type status --outdated I see nothing:
(KiteControllers) pkg> status --outdated Project KiteControllers v0.1.0 Status `~/repos/KiteControllers/Project.toml`
I understand why this is happening. No direct dependency is outdated, but some indirect dependencies are. Nevertheless this message is confusing.
Not sure which behaviour is desired. Either indirect outdated dependencies should not be reported, or there should be a way to see them using a command in the package manager.
Is this a bug?
If yes, where should I report it?