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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] modifying how-to-write-a-block 3.2.2

From: Ton Ph
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] modifying how-to-write-a-block 3.2.2
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 04:08:16 -0700 (PDT)

Hi ,
  I am a newbie in this topic and trying to search for the answer to the
makefile hacking for making my own 
module eg name "mycustomblock", but in vain... i refered this post but i am
unable to get the step by step 
procedure to solve the problem, since i m new in this please do provide me
if any solution we have to solve this 
Hope i ll get a response soon, and thanking u all in advance.


Ton ph

Affan Ahmed wrote:
> Tom,
> most of my problems have to do with compilation i.e. my new block  
> doesnt compile as somewhere there is a reference to the old how_to  
> module structure. I didnt add any errors since I think I had attempted  
> a very large change in one go (i.e. changed the code and module name  
> and pared down from two classes to just one) and I can solve the  
> problem by incrementally changing just one thing at a time. I still  
> think I should be able solve this if I give it another 3-4 hrs  
> (probably tomorrow) but was hoping to see if someone updated the howto  
> that works for older versions.
> Affan
> On Feb 15, 2010, at 5:04 PM, Tom Gross wrote:
>> Hi Affan,
>> Why kind of problems have you been having?  I did quite a bit of
>> productive work with version 3.2.2 simply by creating a new set of
>> "how_to" routines in addition to the examples.
>> Are you having compile problems?  Run-time problems?  I remember
>> having lots of run-time difficulties because I think the how-to gets
>> put into /usr/local/lib by default and the usual gnuradio-3.2.2 stuff
>> goes into /usr/lib (or vice versa, I forget) and you need to make sure
>> both the regular stuff and the how-to stuff is configured with the
>> --prefix=/usr option.
>> -Tom
>> On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 7:16 PM, Affan Syed <address@hidden>  
>> wrote:
>>> 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.
>>> Regards,
>>> Affan.
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