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Re: GRC 3.8 Output language Py2 or Py3 (Windows)

From: Jerom Maas - LR
Subject: Re: GRC 3.8 Output language Py2 or Py3 (Windows)
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 15:08:09 +0000

Hello Michael, thanks for the quick response! 

I've just reinstalled GRC, but I've not seen a single option about Py2 or Py3. Maybe it's because I use the .exe installer, that it automatically chooses Py2 then? As said before, I don't even have Py2 installed on my pc. Should I give it a go using Powershell, or try another method?


Van: Michael Dickens <address@hidden>
Verzonden: donderdag 20 februari 2020 15:50:43
Aan: Jerom Maas - LR
CC: address@hidden
Onderwerp: Re: GRC 3.8 Output language Py2 or Py3 (Windows)
Hi Jerom - I believe GRC outputs Py script based on how GR is installed. Since GR38 can be installed using Py27 or Py3, if it's installed using Py27 then GRC will output for Py27. If installed for Py3 then it'll output for Py3. Pretty sure this is correct. Hence, I'd advise you to check how GR is installed in the first place & if for Py27 then see about getting it installed for Py3. Hope this is useful! - MLD

On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 9:06 AM Jerom Maas - LR <address@hidden> wrote:

Hello all,

after installing GRC 3.8, I find that the .py files that are created from grc are python 2, instead of python 3. 

I use Py3 and not Py2, so that's a problem.

How do I change the output language of GRC? If I use the 'option block'  I can only choose 'Python'  or ' C++' , but I can't specify the version of Python. I am using Windows.

Thanks for your help,

Jerom Maas

PS I am not so familiar with C, so if the solution is to alter a bit in Cmake or something, can you specifically name the file that needs to be changed? That would be very helpful!

Michael Dickens
Ettus Research Technical Support
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