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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Compile Problems

From: 'Eric Blossom'
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Compile Problems
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 11:06:29 -0800
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On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 06:06:53PM -0800, Ettus, Matt wrote:
> reconf seems to work, with a couple of warnings, but there's no configure in
> the src directory.  

I think we've got a minor misunderstanding.  To be concrete, assume
that you checked out the GNU Radio distribution into your home
directory, e.g., ~/gnuradio

Also assume that you've created an empty directory ~/gr-build

$ cd ~/gnuradio
$ ./reconf
$ cd ~/gr-build
$ ~/gnuradio/configure 
$ make

> I've never tried building in a different directory from the source before.
> What's the reason to do that?

It is possible to build for two different architectures or
configurations using using the same source tree.  Also, you can safely
blow away the ~/gr-build directory at any time.

The "reconf" step I believe is required because the time stamps on
either the Makefile.am's or Makefile.in's aren't correct after you
directly check out of CVS.  Once we're cutting a distribution, that
step shouldn't be needed except when packaging up the distribution.

Also, after building, if you've got doxygen installed, type

      $ cd ~/gr-build/doc
      $ doxygen

Then examine ~/gr-build/doc/html/index.html with your browser.
It generates class inheritance hierarchies, etc.


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