Why a rewrite?
yujinakayama's auto-update-packages works, although I would like to be allowed to disable the notifications (i.e. keeping my packages up-to-date automatically and silently). The same feature has already been requested by other users months ago, too. Unfortunately, yujinakayama might be too busy to add new codes. The package's Github issue page also lists a number of longstanding feature requests. I guess I can help making everyone's life slightly better;)
This started off as a series of hacks that attempt to provide the desired features/options. After a few hours of polishing, it turns into something that is difficult to be merged back into to yujinakayama's source. Therefore, I rewrote (with a few lines of codes borrowed from yujinakayama) and renamed it as a standalone package. The difference (feature-wise) between these two packages is trivial, though. If yujinakayama's auto-update-packages works well for you, please stay with his package.
|Keep packages update-to-date||✓||✓|
(OS X 10.8+ only)
|Can mute notification||✓|
|Can confirm before updating||✓|
|Auto dismiss 'X update(s)' button||✓^|
|Minimum interval between update-check||1 hour*||15 mins|
# Use Atom's notification system, should be platform-independent. Require the bundled
terminal-notifier. Messages are sent to the Notification Center on Mac OS X 10.8 or higher.
^ The blue 'X update(s)' button in the status bar is automatically generated by Atom's bundled
settings-view in every new window when outdated package(s) is/are detected. Currently,
settings-view does not provide a way to disable this feature, but
autoupdate-packages can try hunting the button down.
* Who needs shorter than this?
Tested on OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). Please report back if it fails on your system.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.