That would require wholesale reworking of GRC.
You *really, really, really* shouldn't think of a lowly banana-pi as your *development* environment. The .py files that are generated by GRC can be generated on a "real" machine, and executed on the banana-pi, provided that you have identical GR installs on both sides.
On 2015-01-21 10:47, Andreas Ladanyi wrote:
iam testing gnuradio-companion editor on the Bananapi LUbuntu. When i am editing a block or drawing a block i recognize in top that the python process has a 100% CPU (i have 2 CPUs) load. The gnuradio-companion editor reacts very slow.
Is it possible to tell the editor or python to use 2 CPUs ? I could remember that each gnuradio block in a project is one thread when running an compiled grc project so it seems to possible in general.
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