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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Building with CMake on Win7 with MSVC 2008

From: wakjah '
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Building with CMake on Win7 with MSVC 2008
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 13:40:43 +0000

OK, so here's what I've done to get it to build:

- To build gnuradio-core, comment out lines in D:\gnuradio\src\gnuradio-3.3.0\gnuradio-core\src\lib\io\CMakeLists.txt

- Remove 
    #include <gr_pdu.h>
    #include <gr_tuntap_pdu.h>
    #include <gr_socket_pdu.h>
    %include "gr_pdu.i"
    %include "gr_tuntap_pdu.i"
    %include "gr_socket_pdu.i"
from D:\gnuradio\src\gnuradio-3.3.0\gnuradio-core\src\lib\io

It seems that these new modules (added to git 5 days ago) don't play nicely with CMake on windows (the libraries required only exist on Linux anyway)

- To build gnuradio-audio, add #include <io.h> to audio_portaudio_source.cc and audio_portaudio_sink.cc

- Add boost.Chrono library input to linker missing from projects: 

With these modifications, it builds on MSVC 2008. 

I am now getting issues with RUN_TESTS - they all seem to fail. However, after running the INSTALL build and testing in Python, it seems like most things work. How can I ascertain the causes of these test failures? 

My main objective with this was to get the portaudio source working - I believe this was not compiled with the precompiled binaries from Ettus Research, which is what started me off compiling in the first place. The audio sink appears to work fine, but the audio source does not: audio_copy.py simply exits after the call to run(), without an error message (there are a couple of complaints about invalid arguments to gr_vmcircbuf_default_factory, but that usually doesn't stop the whole thing from working). Does anyone know how I can debug this?

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