|From:||Ludwig Stephan (CR/AEH4)|
|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] OOT Python Block|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Jan 2015 07:03:26 +0000|
I noticed the same problem with some blocks in my own OOT module. I do not know why, but if you change the lines in the GRC file to (if not already done)
<import> import my_module.my_block_name_here</import>
(note the double block_name in <make>)
I do not remember right, but it might also be sufficient to change only either one of the lines (you have to try on your own).
You can try by calling the from python. E.g. IPython has tab completion and you can see by import my_module.<tab> (and so on for the make line), what block is how accessible.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards
I've created a python block that I've tested via command line. It passes all qa tests. I've also created an xml file for it and installed it. I followed every step the OOT Python Tutorial explains.
I see the category and block in gnuradio-companion. When I use my block in a flowgraph, upon to executing the graph I get
AttirbuteError: 'module' object has no attribute '<my_module_name_here>'
I've added the block build location to the PYTHONPATH variable and confirmed that I can import my module at a python command line.
What do I not have set correctly and what is this error telling me?
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