Description of problem:
gnuradio 3.7.4 is released, up to 3.7.4-4 in fact, but is not included in fc20 repo (rpm is in fc22/rawhide repos but I believe those rpm's can not be installed in fc20)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
3.7.4 replaces 3.7.3-1 currently in repo
see "Steps to Reproduce" below
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum install gnuradio (if not already installed)
2. yum update
3. rpm -qa | grep gnuradio
4. read version number of installed package from response to #3
3.7.4- some dash number (-4 is current August 14 2014)
3.7.4 release was either July 15 or July 21 2014 depending where you look
as of August 14 work is underway on 3.7.5 with the issue tracker for it showing 7/9 closed
I will probably not update gnuradio in f20, it would require rebuild of several deps due to ABI change, which is something that should be generally avoided. Please see Fedora update policy for stable releases . Gnuradio-3.7.4 will be included in f21 (alpha is currently planned on 2014-09-02).
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