On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 8:49 PM, Johnathan Corgan <address@hidden>
Tom is setting up this github repo to automatically mirror the
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 17:41, Josh Blum <address@hidden
> Is this the official github for gnuradio?
> Any chance we could get tags pushed there as well (maybe automated)? It
> would be super easy to link to source tarballs that way.
contents of gnuradio.org's repo, but the work isn't complete, and the
repo itself doesn't have everything in it (like the tags, as you
He and I are working out some security issues with the automation, but
maybe we can do a manual push of the tags there.
Yes, we should definitely push the tags. Have done that manually for now.
My suggestion would be to use either the github gnuradio account or gnuradio.org
's git repo. Clone the repo and then checkout tag v3.5.2. This tag is equivalent to the tarball release except that it will contain the cmake files to build that way. Here's the link to the tarball for the v3.5.2 tag on github:
One thing to note, though, is that with this, you a) get everything in the repo and b) don't have some generated stuff that normally goes into the release tarballs. Issue a shouldn't affect you. For issue b, you will just have to remember to run ./bootstrap before running ./configure.
As of 3.5.2, we've started using Volk inside of gnuradio-core blocks, so it has become a requirement, not just an option, so disabling volk should disable gnuradio-core, too. If that's not happening, I'll fix it.
We will be releasing a 3.5.3 (possibly soon) to fix some other issues that have recently come up. Due to the autotools issue with volk, we will try to include the cmake build files in this release, though.