It appears that Runkit is not retrieving the latest package version. As per npm, the current version is 1.0.43 but the Runkit imports 1.0.42 for the package Craftgate. @craftgate/craftgate - npm
Same problem here. It has been almost a month since I’m waiting for update…
Are there any packages that runkit is updating? If it’s just fully not updating, that would explain why a new package doesn’t appear to be available for me.
Yep. Same issue. I published mergician v2 last night but RunKit refuses to load anything but v1 as of this morning. I tried forcing the version in the require statement as documented elsewhere, but it did not help.
What is the expected behavior when new packages are published? If there is a delay, it would be good to communicate that.
At this point, I think it’s pretty clear that, sometime in November 2023, new packages and package versions uploaded to NPM stopped being updated on RunKit. I don’t believe this project is being actively maintained anymore, though it would be delightful if that changed.
(For what it’s worth, I’ve found that val.town, a project I don’t have any personal connection to, has been a reasonable replacement for the sorts of things I used to use RunKit for. Here’s an example of a little code snippet I would have used runkit to demonstrate in the past.)
Unfortunately, for my use case (runnable code snippets for open source project documentation) it currently is not a viable replacement for RunKit because embedded code cannot be run. I have created a feature request in the Val Town repo’s discussion area. Hopefully there is enough interest to see the requested enhancements implemented.