|Subject:||[Discuss-gnuradio] modifying how-to-write-a-block 3.2.2|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Feb 2010 16:16:19 -0800|
Hello all,I have been spending a considerable amount of time to modify the how- to-write-a-block to compile and make my own, different name, module. While changing the code withing the howto_square_ff.cc is a simple solution, it is unfulfilling.
Sadly, I think I tried to make big changes in the code structure and a simple find/replace of Makefile.am and howto.i (as well as renaming the files) and other obvious files, does not suffice. I tried to look for instructions on exactly which files and lines to modify, but there seem to be none for the structure provided in the example for version 3.2.2. There are several places (Dawei Shen's tutorial amongst others) that explain the modification for a boilerplate model for, I believe, version 3.02 and before, but nothing for the newer version where the Makefiles.am in the src/lib directory is quite different.
I will continue to hack on the current version, and keep notes so that so I can report what and how it works, but if anyone knows of an existing enumeration of steps on how to take the boilerplate provided by the how-to-write-a-block ver 3.2.2 and modify it to say a module name toneDetect, I will appreciate it.
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