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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] how to modify an existing source code without rec
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] how to modify an existing source code without recompiling the entire gnuradio-core
Wed, 18 Apr 2007 19:59:10 -0700 (PDT)
One machine is a AMD Athlon 1.8GHz with 512 MB RAM and another is a 2.0 GHz
CoreDuo with 512MB RAM, I guess its time to upgrade the RAM.
Eric Blossom wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2007 at 05:41:40PM -0700, pradeepbhat wrote:
>> I do the same but it seems to be achingly slow. Well I guess I would have
>> keep doing that if i need to modify something.
> Which version of GNU Radio are you using?
> svn or tarball?
> If you're building from the tarballs, there's a step in the build
> where it compiles gnuradio_swig_python.cc, where the working set of
> the compiler is about 750MB.
> In the trunk, this file has been split into 5 pieces, reducing the
> compiler working set size to about 350 MB. That change will make it
> into the gnuradio 3.1 tarball whenever that's released.
> How much memory does your machine have?
> I suggest a minimum of 1GB.
>> Chris Stankevitz wrote:
>> > When I modify a file in gnuradio-core, I type "make && sudo make
>> > install" in the gnuradio-core directory. It seems to go quickly. What
>> > command do you issue after making a change to a .cpp in gnuradio-core?
>> > Chris
>> > pradeepbhat wrote:
>> >> Hello guys,
>> >> I am trying to modify the cpp files in gnuradio-core folder but after
>> >> modification I have to recompile every thing in the gnuradio-core, do
>> >> know a faster or a better way to do this thing. also, I can't run the
>> >> code
>> >> in the debugging mode.
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> Pradeep
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