Pybombs recipes submodule pointer update policy

Hi all,

I have question for pybombs developers/maintainers:
Is there policy for updating recipes submodule pointer in the pybombs
repository?

Currently recipes submodule pointer is 29 days behind the head.


Best Regards,
Piotr K.

W dniu 05.09.2015 o 20:01, Piotr K. pisze:

Piotr K.

Hi,

In case of misunderstanding - I’m not trying to complain about your
work. Pybombs is great tool that simplifies a lot installation of GNU
Radio related projects. I need information as a developer of one of such
projects what are requirements for me in order to make fixes in recipes
related to my project appear faster in the main pybombs repository.

Best Regards,
Piotr

I don’t think there is an official policy. I do see that Tim updated
the recipes pointer a couple of days ago
(https://github.com/gnuradio/pybombs/commit/97fe3b3846dc1e10123fdc1c218ed94fa8dba63c).
… I suppose I could write a tool to automate bugging people if the
pointer is more than a week behind the repo.

Generally I try keep all the recipes pointed at HEAD unless there’s a
compelling reason to stick with a particular revision, so you can
update your code as often as you like and users should get the latest
version of your code.

On Sun, Sep 6, 2015 at 12:18 PM, Piotr K. [email protected] wrote:

Best Regards,

Best Regards,
Piotr


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GDB has a ‘break’ feature; why doesn’t it have ‘fix’ too?

On 06.09.2015 12:18, Piotr K. wrote:

Best Regards,
Piotr K.

Hi,

In case of misunderstanding - I’m not trying to complain about your
work. Pybombs is great tool that simplifies a lot installation of GNU
Radio related projects. I need information as a developer of one of such
projects what are requirements for me in order to make fixes in recipes
related to my project appear faster in the main pybombs repository.

To force it to update, git submodule update --remote will do the trick.

Cheers,
M

http://www.cgran.org/ isn’t up to date either.

Ron

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