.replit files' `onboot` no longer works?
I was using the following
bash to update C++ Repls:
if ! command -v clang-10 &> /dev/null then install-pkg clang-10; fi;
For some reason, it no-longer works as intended; not sure why.
I reverted to just using
onboot in a .replit file, unconditionally installing clang-10:
onboot=""" install-pkg clang-10; """
and now it seems like onboot doesn't work either, but the code inside does.