Two more consecutive updates were released for Sileo on Saturday afternoon, officially leading Chimera and Electra-centric package manager to version 1.2.5. The same update is also available as a demonstration for non-imprisoned handsets.
The Sileo team announced Sileo versions 1.2.4 and 1.2.5 via Twitter just hours ago, with each update further addressing repository issues introduced in an earlier update:
From what we can collect, Sileo version 1.2.4 was released to resolve a repository update issue from versions 1.2.0-1.2. 3, and Sileo version 1.2.5 was released just after to address compatibility issues with certain depots.
The names of the "certain repositories" have not yet been revealed, but it is worth noting that Sileo was ahead of an explosive criticism on Twitter this afternoon after allegedly introducing stricter content criteria:
Prominent members of the jailbreak community, including Jake James, Nepeta, and Pwn20wnd chimmed each in ab out the problem:
As it appears, this so-called criteria filtering was never a problem before the custodian rewrote in Sileo v1.2.0, and it is not present in any other custodian except Sileo. This makes Sileo the most restrictive package manager for both developers and custodians, and it remains to be seen whether this will change in the future.
If you are using an older version of Sileo on a device jailbreak with either Chimera or Electra, then you can download the latest version from the default repository that is already present on both jailbreakers.
Those who are not jailbroken have the ability to download the Sileo Demo .ipa file from CoolStars specialized download site and page load it with Cydia hit. This app cannot be used to install or uninstall jailbreak packages, but it can be used to read repositories for available packages and for test purposes.
Have you downloaded the latest version of Sileo yet, or do you want to hold on? Discuss in the comments below.