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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GnuRadio Port: The system cannot find the file sp

From: Ryan van den Bergh
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GnuRadio Port: The system cannot find the file specified
Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2011 11:10:34 +0200

Hi Josh,

Works like a charm!! Thanks a million!

Kind regards,


On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 10:26 PM, Josh Blum <address@hidden> wrote:
FYI I found a way to more robustly handle the situation by grabbing the
path to the interpreter by using sys.executable. This seems to work
nicely and I like this solution better.



On 04/15/2011 12:06 PM, Ryan van den Bergh wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> I've already got python in my path. I agree it's a mystery - I'll just chalk
> it up to another reason why I really hate Windows!
> I'll just run it manually. I'll make a batch file to do it so that it's not
> too painful.
> Thanks for the assistance though, I really appreciate it!
> Kind regards,
> Ryan
> On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 8:57 PM, Josh Blum <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 04/15/2011 11:10 AM, Ryan van den Bergh wrote:
>>> Hi Josh,
>>> Thanks for the suggestions!
>>> I can run top_block.py from the command line, and I've saved it in My
>>> Documents folder, however I still can't get GNU Radio Companion to
>> execute
>>> the file. Do I perhaps have to do something special when running the
>>> gnuradio-companion.py file?
>> Glad to hear it works. So, GRC is calling into python to exec the
>> generated python code. Its trying to run "python <path to your file>...
>> And this works on linux because python is in your path, but I have no
>> idea why this works on windows. I mean obviously not for you, but its a
>> mystery as to why it works for me. Python is not in my path. I have no
>> idea how grc manages to execute the file it generates. But somehow it
>> does...
>>> The command I'm using at the moment is: D:\Python27\python.exe
>> "C:\Program
>>> Files (x86)\gnuradio\bin\gnuradio-companion.py"
>> I would stick to running it manually like this until I figure this
>> mystery out. You may try putting c:\python27 in your %PATH%
>> -Josh

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