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Deploying a package with a new module, overrides the already existing modules

Question asked by community-support on Jan 13, 2014
Latest reply on May 13, 2014 by sonesay inthavong
i created a new package and a new module ('module1') in it (using the module builder).
then i deploy the package and modified module1 by changing custom fields and other changes that could not be done through the studio before deploying the package.
now, after two months,  i added another new module ('module2') to the package and i want to deploy the package again, in order to use this new module.

will all the changes i've done in module1, after i deploy the package for the first time , be overridden by the basic 'module1' file in the package?
too afraid to even try :)
and if it does override the module1, does that mean that for every new module i create in sugar , i have to create a new package? because if i deploy the package twice , it will return the old modules to the state in the package?

(from rodnikosh)

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