Elm 0.18 and older binaries were hosted on something called Bintray. That service was sunset yesterday: https://jfrog.com/blog/into-the-sunset-bintray-jcenter-gocenter-and-chartcenter/
TL;DR For Elm 0.18:
- Use Node.js 10
This means that if you try to install for example
firstname.lastname@example.org using npm you will get an error like this:
❯ npm install > email@example.com install /Users/lydell/stuff/elm0.18/node_modules/elm > node install.js Downloading Elm binaries from https://dl.bintray.com/elmlang/elm-platform/0.18.0/darwin-x64.tar.gz Error decompressing darwin-x64.tar.gz Error: incorrect header check
https://dl.bintray.com/elmlang/elm-platform/0.18.0/darwin-x64.tar.gz seems to respond with 403 now.
I downloaded all the binaries and put them here in case you need one right now:
(Elm 0.19.0 and later are hosted on GitHub and are not affected by this.)
firstname.lastname@example.org does not depend on Bintray, but requires Node.js 10.
email@example.com has been published, which no longer depends on stuff on Bintray.