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I think the current version of turbot is ‘turbot-gem/0.1.9 (x86_64-linux) ruby/1.9.3’ so I expect that is why the manifest was a little light, I don’t think it will cause a problem other than that but here’s what Seb said about versions when I asked him about updating:
It depends how they installed it in the first place. This is not a question I was looking forward to being asked! (But it's inevitable...) Going forward, we would want people to use the packaged installers, but historically this has not been the case - and in some cases, people will still want to use the gem. If they used the packaged installer, then we need to release a new package which they would then install. I could do that this week but not now. If they used a gem-based install process, they can do "gem update turbot"
So if you let me know how you installed originally then I can follow up about upgrading, or if you installed via the gem then you can update yourself, by the sound of it.
There’s a bit of a glitch in the simple licence docs regarding required fields - licence_jurisdiction is actually optional. company_jurisdiction is the country where the company is registered, licence_jurisdiction is where a company is licensed to operate - so for the MTB financial missions one might come across a licensed foreign branch where the licence_jurisdiction would be the current jurisdiction whereas company_jurisdiction would be the home country of that company.
You’re right in saying that the simple licence is quite restricted in what it can capture, we’re working on a rich licence which will be able to capture addresses and such, but for now a lot of jurisdictions will only be capturing basic fields like company_name, regulator, jurisdiction, and jurisdiction_classification. This is one of the main reasons why we output primary data as well as transformed data, so that we can easily add rich licences further down the line.
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