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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] build gnuradio without volk module

From: Arturo Rinaldi
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] build gnuradio without volk module
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2012 01:20:04 +0100
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Nella citazione in data Thu Mar 15 01:00:58 2012, Josh Blum ha scritto:

On 03/14/2012 04:39 PM, Arturo Rinaldi wrote:
Nella citazione in data Thu Mar 15 00:32:47 2012, Josh Blum ha scritto:

i want to build a stable tarball...not a git version. any chances to do
it ?

Here you go:

If the tags were pushed, i would give you a link to the tag and not the
commit id.


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ok thank you very much Josh....any chance to build the 3.5.2 tarball
without volk ? i need it for my work ;)


Sorry, I should clarify.

1) You should build volk; it will become a serious gnuradio requirement.
Now, there is a autotools + multilib volk build bug. The solution is to
build gnuradio with cmake.

1.1) Perhaps you can pass --disable-volk to configure (when building
with autotools)

2) Building with cmake is supported in the latest releases.

3) There are *no* source tarballs uploaded for releases. The available
tarballs are generated by autotools and are missing files in the source
tree (like the CMakeLists.txt).

4) But, you can get a source tarball from github like so:
https://github.com/trondeau/gnuradio/tarball/<commit identifier>

Where<commit identifier>  is the hash of a commit, branch name, or tag
name. Unfortunately, I dont know of a github with the tags pushed, but
you can use the git hash of the 3.5.2 tag.


i didn't explain myself very well...i'm very sorry about that.

in the configure step i did

./configure --disable volk

then i tried to build but i got that error. i need to verify if the volk module is responsible for the crash of one part of my project. Sorry to bother you again....thx very much again

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