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Suppose I want to build a C++ application to drive GNU Radio, using
captured trace data – so I don’t need the USRP.
With the new top_block stuff we should be ready for this now, correct?
Here’s a short program towards going down that path:
gr_top_block_sptr tb = gr_make_top_block(“topblock”);
A few questions/observations:
Since most blocks don’t have public constructors, we have to indirect
through the make friend functions. Is this what we want?
This example doesn’t compile. There are two candidates for connect:
/usr/local/include/gnuradio/gr_hier_block2.h:61: note: candidates are:
void gr_hier_block2::connect(gr_basic_block_sptr, int,
What does the first one do?? It only takes a single block…
The second one is presumably with ports? I will try that next. Can we
add a connect method that takes two blocks and assumes the ports are
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