I also got the port to work, though it took some doing. $ sudo port install gnuradio didn't work, though I then learned about variants. $ sudo port install gnuradio +grc +python27 +uhd +orc +swig worked but the gui wasn't installed, so I didn't have much luck with grc. Going to $ sudo port install gnuradio +wxgui immediately after didn't work, which I assume is because I don't know anything about variants. after deleting everything and reinstalling, neither $ sudo port install gnuradio +full $ sudo port install gnuradio +python27 +full worked. I don't know why and $ sudo port install gnuradio +grc +jack +orc +portaudio +python27 +qtgui +sdl +swig +uhd +wavelet +wxgui appeared to work all the way. I am running 10.8.2 on a MacBook Air, MacPorts 2.1.2
on 2012-11-26 03:02
on 2012-11-26 14:01
Hi Scott (and, anyone else trying this build using MacPorts): If you have log files for any of these efforts, send them to me with the command line you used that created them. That way I can try to make these ports even more robust; and / or help you figure out what's going on with your system. That said, I'm glad you figured out some set of variants that worked for you. - MLD
on 2012-11-26 17:52
Keep the log files... good advice. Wish I had thought of that before I nuked them. Sometimes I get in a rush to "get things done" and I forget little things like that. I have two more machines to try the port on, if I run into trouble I will post for those. Neither is running 10.8.2 though.
on 2012-12-28 21:11
I'm also running into difficulty installing on 10.8. I've recently upgraded from 10.5 and finally got everything else in MacPorts updated. I made sure that cmake is current (2.8.9). I've tried a handful of variations on the install command, including "sudo port install gnuradio", "sudo port install gnuradio +full", "... +full +python27", and "sudo port install gnuradio +grc +jack +orc +portaudio +python27 +qtgui +sdl +swig +uhd +wavelet +wxgui". The attached log file is from running "sudo port install gnuradio". System background: 2009 MacBook Pro, running 10.8.2. XCode version is 4.5.2. MacPorts version is 2.1.2. I can't really get much of an idea about how to proceed from the log file. Any ideas? Thanks, Jeremy