1. 17 Feb, 2021 2 commits
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    • Marek Sasek's avatar
      Merge branch 'hostname' into 'master' · abc8f893
      Marek Sasek authored
      Add Hostname
      
      Closes #226
      
      See merge request !226
      abc8f893
    • Marek Sasek's avatar
      Add tests · 441e0d0f
      Marek Sasek authored
      441e0d0f
    • Marek Sasek's avatar
      Add Hostname · 752bdd6c
      Marek Sasek authored
      752bdd6c
    • Aleksandr Gumroian's avatar
      Merge branch 'dont-fix-paho-mqtt' into 'master' · 731a55bd
      Aleksandr Gumroian authored
      setup.py: don't use exact version paho-mqtt
      
      See merge request !241
      731a55bd
    • Josef Schlehofer's avatar
      setup.py: don't use exact version paho-mqtt · f8cf7e1a
      Josef Schlehofer authored
      The thing is that in distribution (in this case OpenWrt / TurrisOS),
      there is an issue that anyone with commit access can
      backport/cherry-pick updates from master (dev) branch to stable branch.
      
      Let's give an example:
      reForis wants to use paho-mqtt with version 1.5.0, but in OpenWrt there
      is version 1.4.0. However, compilation success and we will know it
      once we try to run updated reForis that it shows 500 Internal Error and
      by enabling lighttpd error log we can see:
      
      pkg_resources.DistributionNotFound: The 'paho-mqtt==1.5.0' distribution was not found and is required by reforis
      
      There are two solutions:
      - remove pinning to specific versions (that's what we prefer)
      This is similar to 714ffc77.
      - add pinned versions to minimal versions (e.g. >=)
      This has its own advantages and disadvantages.
      I mean that you were using some features from new versions of
      dependencies and we will dont know it and reForis at least run, but smth
      is broken and this has solution that you will let us know that we will
      update it to some version in distribution
      f8cf7e1a
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