Join GitHub today
GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.Sign up
libiio: 0.20 -> 0.21 #92047
Semi-automatic update generated by nixpkgs-update tools. This update was made based on information from https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/libiio/releases.
meta.description for libiio is: "API for interfacing with the Linux Industrial I/O Subsystem"
meta.homepage for libiio is: "https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/libiio"
meta.changelog for libiio is: ""
To inspect upstream changes
Checks done (click to expand)
Rebuild report (if merged into master) (click to expand)
Instructions to test this update (click to expand)
Either download from Cachix:
(r-ryantm's Cachix cache is only trusted for this store-path realization.)
Or, build yourself:
After you've downloaded or built it, look at the files and if there are any, run the binaries:
Pre-merge build results
We have automatically built all packages that will get rebuilt due to
This gives evidence on whether the upgrade will break dependent packages.
6 packages built:
cc @thoughtpolice for testing.
* Format with nixpkgs-format. * Reorder the attribute to be more in line with convention. * Use simpler git ref. * Hardcode paths within bindings using patch (the replaced value actually changed in this version and without this clean-up, it would have gone unnoticed.) * Let the build script install the python bindings instead of doing it manually (required the same hardcoding as above in the setup.py.) * Use cmakeFlags attribute with placeholder instead of doing that in preConfigure. * Move udev rules to lib since etc is meant for admins. * License is actually lgpl2.1+.