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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] How to properly generate documentation, and find
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] How to properly generate documentation, and find the files behind the code?
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 06:01:11 +0200
I played a little around with find and grep and did this:
q6fd0:~/gnuradio josefvukovic$ find . -name "optfir.*"
So find found optfir.py then I used grep and did:
6fd0:~/gnuradio josefvukovic$ grep 'low_pass' ./gnuradio-core/src/python/gnuradio/optfir.py
def low_pass (gain, Fs, freq1, freq2, passband_ripple_db, stopband_atten_db,
and grep found the code of the method optfir.low_pass, so I was able to view the entire code with vi.
This is probably not the best way to search for things but it is an approach.
hope this helps.
2009/8/10 Jonathan Coveney <address@hidden>
I want to better understand certain blocks... such as what the parameters of optfir.low_pass actually specify, how it's implemented, that sort of thing. But the gnuradio filetree is next to impossible to traverse.
I have been pointed here
which is definitely useful, but seems to be generated automatically off of header files, and doesn't link you to the actual source code, which I cannot find.
I'm sure this exists, just not sure how to grab it. Thoughts?
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