On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 3:28 PM, Porges, Donald <address@hidden
I'm trying to figure out a good way to distribute some custom heir blocks that go with my low-level custom blocks I've written. The issue is that the xml and py files are both generated into my ~/.grc_gnuradio directory, and the xml files contain lines like
which obviously is not distributable. (Those lines get generated into any grc output files that use the block, so editing it at the point of use is not much of a solution.)
The obvious answer is to edit that line by hand, but the next problem is that I don't even know where the gnuradio directory is for other people (could be a different host platform, for instance). There also seems to be no "execfile search path" concept, which would allow me to perform some light editing of the xml file to remove the absolute path. So how do people share their created hierarchical blocks?
(I suppose the answer could be "give them my .grc_gnuradio files and tell them to edit all of the references", but that doesn't make for a nice delivery.)
Lyric Labs/Analog Devices
Does this help?