3 years, 9 months ago.

Are the revisions for mbed-dev accessible?

I'm trying to look at the revisions for mbed dev but apparently the repository is empty? Is there another way to get to the past versions of mbed dev?

Thanks for any help offered!!

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3 years, 9 months ago.

For just looking, here is the source of mbed: https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-os. Together with the shortlog which still does seem to work properly (https://developer.mbed.org/users/mbed_official/code/mbed-dev/shortlog), you can find versions of each file.

I think mbed-dev itself is too large for the current system to properly handle. (Edit: With alot of waiting the online compiler seem to have loaded some revisions).

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Thanks very much for your help, I require access to version 148 of mbed-dev which is in alignment to mbed version 127 which doesn't show in the shortlog for me :( Any other ways you know of to access it?

posted by Harry Willis 02 May 2017

No guarantees it works, however, in the shortlog (the second link) it does show me version 148, both in IE and in Chrome (it goes down to version 104 for me). Otherwise this is the direct link to it: https://developer.mbed.org/users/mbed_official/code/mbed-dev/rev/21d94c44109e. Now this loads a blank history page, so not terribly useful in itself. You can with the button import it in the compiler. In the compiler you will get the standard import dialog, but it refers to the latest revision. So remove that link, and past the link above in the import window. Let it import mbed-dev, and see what happens :D.

What happened for me was a timeout error. But despite this, mbed-dev did appear in the target location, it did appear as revision 148 with a button to update to latest one, and it does seem to compile fine.

posted by Erik - 02 May 2017