Latest CBC Source Code?

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Jeremy Rand
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The KIPR site directs me to https://github.com/kipr/cbc/ to obtain the CBC source code. The code there seems to think it's version 3.0.0. I believe the latest KIPR release is 3.0.3. So... am I looking in the wrong place? Where can I find the latest CBC source code?

(As an aside, the 3.0.0 code there doesn't want to build for me... but I'll worry about that issue after I'm at the latest version.)

Thanks.

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I would like to have the latest source code also.

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This has been corrected. The only thing the commit did was bump the version number. What errors are you getting?

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I havent tried yet but I will tomorrow on my way to regionals

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The error I'm getting is

can't find mkdosfs at ./make-cbc_interface.pl line 28.

There doesn't appear to be a mkdosfs binary in the Git repo I cloned... I assume it's looking for a Chumby-compatible mkdosfs, since I do seem to have an x86 mkdosfs in my Ubuntu install.

Am I missing something obvious? (Been a while since I built the firmware, and I'm doing this on a new Ubuntu install.)

-Jeremy Rand
Senior Programmer, Team SNARC (2012-2013), Norman Advanced (2010-2011), Norman HS (2008-2009), Norman North (2005-2007), Whittier MS (2003-2004)
2012-2013 VP of Tech, 2011 President, Botball YAC (2009-2013)
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