I have emacs 25.2.2 on Ubuntu 18.04

I want to install vue-mode package. But I am getting this error message:

vue-mode is an incompatible package.                                                                                                                                    

     Status: Incompatible because it depends on uninstallable packages.                                                                                                 
    Archive: melpa                                                                                                                                                      

    Version: 20190415.231                                                                                                                                               
    Summary: Major mode for vue component based on mmm-mode                                                                                                             
   Requires: mmm-mode-0.5.5 (not available), vue-html-mode-0.2, ssass-mode-0.2, edit-indirect-0.1.4                                                                     
   Keywords: [languages]   


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But when I type M + x + package-refresh-contents, I do not see the packages complained about: vue-html-mode-0.2, ssass-mode-0.2 and edit-indirect-0.1.4.

How to fix this ?

  • 2
    A guess is that library mmm-mode-0.5.5, listed as not available in Requires:, needs to be made available (e.g. installed as package or present in your load-path. – Drew Apr 12 at 20:45
  • Indeed, I tried to install those packages separately but they are not listed when I type package-refresh-contents – Billal Begueradj Apr 13 at 4:25
  • Can you add to your question the value of the variable package-archives? – matteol Apr 13 at 6:19
  • As @matteol suggested, please add the current value of the variable package-archive in the description of the question. Just C-h v package-archives. – caisah Apr 13 at 16:11

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