|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] gr_modtool consolidation question|
|Date:||Wed, 11 May 2016 13:10:03 -0700|
there's no such functionality directly integrated in gr_modtool. However, there's not that many places you'll have to work when manually merging things.
To be safe, you could just re-add all the blocks you want to add to your consolidated module with "gr_modtool add", and then just overwrite the resulting blockname.h, blockname_impl.cc and blockname_impl.h with your originals, before replacing all occurences of your "original" module names with the consolidated module's name via some search & replace tool ("sed -i 's/original/consolidated/g' filenames" does wonders :) )
On 11.05.2016 19:42, Richard Bell wrote:
RichHi all,Before I fully understood how gr_modtool worked, I would make a new module for each new block I made. I would like to consolidate these disparate modules into one overarching module now. I have approx 10 modules some with more then one block that I'd like to make one module.
Is there an easy way to do this or do I have to create each existing block via modtool in the new module?
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