I'm using fedora 25 and I've installed neovim, when it was really new via some copr called dperson/neovim. I now saw this which seems to me as if the standard sources for fedora have neovim included by now. So now if I type sudo dnf install neovim- I still only get versions up to, but there is 0.2 on the official server?!

How do I manage to see, what should be there imo.


The bodhi page for this package update mentions that it has been moved from testing to stable just 2 hours ago, but this change has not been pushed to the repositories yet. Fedora only updates its repositories once a day, so you need to wait a bit more.

Alternatively you could just install it from the updates-testing repository:

sudo dnf install --enablerepo=updates-testing neovim
  • Oh wow, thank you very much. I thought I cannot reach the repo or something. Also of course I did not notice the timestamp, since 0.2.* was there in source code for a bit now. And also I was expecting in-betweens.. – mike May 17 '17 at 9:20

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