|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] makefiles trouble|
|Date:||Tue, 7 Aug 2007 11:20:37 -0700|
Thanks, Chris and Eric, for the help so far. I was finally able to pass the usrp1_source_c_sptr smart pointer into my c++ code. I have one more step that I still can't seem to figure out:
I want to call functions on the smart pointer, but the functions are not getting linked into my c++ code. From what I understand so far, these functions are defined in cc files in /gnuradio/gr-usrp/src/ and this code gets built into a library _usrp1.so that gets installed in /usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/gnuradio/_usrp1.so
I know how to link with libraries that begin with "lib", but I can't yet figure out how to make it link with '_usrp1.so' . Can someone please give me a hint?
Thanks for the help,
> Have you tried setting CPPFLAGS = "-I <myincludes> -L <mylibs>"
> also you can add the same -I and -L to the rules needed to
> build a target. (You can place makefile rules in Makefile.am
> and they will get included in the final makefile that ./configure
> Have you read the AGNU utomake doc. It's a thin booklet
> and not nearly as scarry as the Autoconf book. I completely
> converted over to GNU Autotools a few years back. Took some
> effort to learn but now it's easy to use nd my stuff "just works"
> even on (some) systems I've never tested with.
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