The commerce_webform_order module (currently in dev status) recently changed one of its dependencies from Webform 5.x (stable) to Webform 6.x (alpha). I want to temporarily freeze commerce_webform_module so that Composer keeps it at a particular git commit just before the dependencies changed. I've done this successfully in the past by following a post here but I can't get it to work this time.
I've tried doing
composer require drupal/commerce_webform_order:1.x-dev#30668342035ae3add3a2e5163e84816fc96edd92
"drupal/commerce_webform_order "1.x-dev#30668342035ae3add3a2e5163e84816fc96edd92", in my
composer.json file and I've tried shorter versions of the commit hash (30668342) as shown on the drupalcode.org project here.
I keep getting this message
Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. - Can only install one of: drupal/webform[6.x-dev, 5.19.0]. - drupal/commerce_webform_order 1.x-dev requires drupal/webform ^6 -> satisfiable by drupal/webform[6.x-dev]. - Installation request for drupal/commerce_webform_order 1.x-dev#30668342035ae3add3a2e5163e84816fc96edd92 -> satisfiable by drupal/commerce_webform_order[1.x-dev].
What might be causing this? What's changed in the last 6 months since it worked for me on the same module last time?
Can you think of any other work-around that allows me to update everything else without pulling in this latest change and the dependency for an alpha version of Webform?