[Cake] is there a patch for tc-adv somewhere for showing active_flows

Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant kevin at darbyshire-bryant.me.uk
Thu Oct 1 08:00:52 EDT 2015

On 30/09/15 12:28, Dave Taht wrote:
> at the moment it seems best to keep working these out of tree versions, imho.

The 'problem' with that Dave is that there are people here keen to be on
the latest commits so that they may test the latest 'n' greatest code. 
Who doesn't want a willing set of fools^H^H^H^H^H^H testers trying to
break code for free? :-)

You've mentioned how great it is that things have been moving well
recently, yes it is!  I'd say that some of that is down to someone in
essence doing a bit of janitorial work in collecting commits together
and pushing them into a central-ish repo, namely yours.  Personally
speaking sending to your repo makes more sense as that's where the
ceropackages repo points the openwrt users to go (well I think that's
the case anyway)

None of this is rocket surgery/brain science, somehow even I seem
capable of merging repos/commits, but having some sort of idea in which
repo active development is taking place so it can be collated & tested
would be a very nice thing :-)

From what I can work out at the moment, your github sch-cake repo is
where you & JM work on the cake module, so hasn't diverged.  JM appears
to work on iproute/tc in Toke's iproute2 repo, but you work on
iproute/tc in your github/tc-adv repo - they did diverge a little, with
trivial merge conflicts.  Are there any more?  What have I missed?

Apologies, I'm a little frustrated by other events at the moment and I
think that may have spilled into this email as well....no hurt/insult


> On Wed, Sep 30, 2015 at 4:27 AM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Jonathan,
>> is Tokes repository the next best to master, or will all eventually accumulate in Dave’s repository? I just wonder which iproute2 to actually build on my test machine ;)
>> Best Regards
>>         Sebastian
>> On Sep 30, 2015, at 11:55 , Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant <kevin at darbyshire-bryant.me.uk> wrote:
>>> Dave,
>>> I've pulled the commits from Toke's iproute2 repo in which Jonathan is
>>> placing his stats & other tweaks and sent you a pull request:
>>> https://github.com/dtaht/tc-adv/pull/3 to get them into your tc-adv repo
>>> (which is slightly more cero/openwrt facing)
>>> All the recent changes to cake & tc are running here.... livin' on the
>>> bleeding edge :-)
>>> Kevin
>>> On 29/09/15 16:22, Jonathan Morton wrote:
>>>> The big api change is in the stats output, which I'm still working
>>>> on.  As a stop gap, I have already pushed a version with both sparse
>>>> and bulk flows reporting.
>>>> The config api is inherently extensible.
>>>> - Jonathan Morton
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