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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Helper script to automatically add blocks

From: George Nychis
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Helper script to automatically add blocks
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2010 11:56:20 -0700

thanks for the contribution Martin :)

I have some tools I could add to it myself.  I think "devtools" was the right thing to do.  Hopefully several people will contribute other tools to it.  I will move it to the top of the Projects page.

On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 5:44 AM, Martin Braun <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi list,

since pretty much all of my GNU Radio'ing consists of dealing with
out-of-tree modules I started a script to modify those.
In the current state, it can add blocks to an existing out-of-tree
module. It will attempt to guess a lot of stuff and then add skeleton
code for the blocks and the QA code and edit the makefiles accordingly.
I will still have to add some blocks to my modules before it actually
saves *me* some time, but I just got pretty annoyed at editing all the
makefiles by hand, and always forgetting one line somewhere.

Following George's request, I made it available on CGRAN. I couldn't
resist calling it 'devtools' and making it a project for all kinds of
tools, scripts etc. which help developing. Being an optimist, I'm assuming
there might be others who've made scripts, vim/emacs/Eclipse-plugins
etc. and are just waiting for a platform to publish these.
Grab infos and the code at

Disclaimer: This script actually edits your files. It might cause
damage, and take no responsibility. Use at your own risk. I only want to
know about it if it's in form of a bug report.

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Communications Engineering Lab (CEL)

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