|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Portaudio Audio Source in Windows|
|Date:||Mon, 9 May 2016 16:42:53 +0200|
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to be honest, I'll be rewriting GNU Radio's slightly dated and slightly ugly preference system, as it seems, so I'm not 100% giving up on this.
So, I hope the spirit of the workaround was clear to you: you can always manually set this particular setting via python (instead of specifying it in a configuration file).
The python module "detour" was just an attempt to make that a permanent feature of the flow graph. Instead, I could have just asked you to add it pretty far up in the generated top_block.py (or whatever your generated python file is called). There's also another way of specifying such settings – environment variables (which under windows are especially little fun to set...).
You can (as documented in ) specify a setting as an environment variable; in your case, something like
GR_CONF_audio_audio_module = portaudio
I know you can configure environment variables somewhere in windows, but I forget where – my Windows usage is just too rare.
On 09.05.2016 14:33, Tony Richardson wrote:
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