- Change to the directory where your
mycroft-core installation is. This is most likely at
git stash - this preserves your Mycroft configuration.
git may prompt you to set up an identity.
Does not find anything to stash
git pull to get the latest code. By default, using a
git installation will bring down the
dev branch of the repo. If you want to pull down another branch - for instance to test it - use
git pull origin BRANCH_NAME .
Works as expected. Several files were updated.
git stash pop to return the configuration that was stashed with
Nothing stashed, so nothing restored.
./update_dev.sh to update your
virtualenv - it’s a good idea to do this if you update your
There is no script called “update_dev.sh”, there is only the “setup_dev.sh”. I ran this and there appeared to be an incremental build, which took a fraction of the time the orignal build took.
There is no obvious virtual environment either. Where is this now?
./start-mycroft.sh all to restart the services
This bit worked. Queried Mycroft as to the version it was running and this was reported as 18.08 release 02, so the operation was successful.
I hope that helps.