Can I start threads in a GNU Radio application

I am writing a gnu radio application where I started a thread to read an
external socket. It seemed to introduce some odd behaviours such as
looping
back of signal where I did not expect it. Is it permissible to start
blocking threads in the python part of a gnu radio application?

I am relatively new to gnu radio. If I missed the obvious it would not
surprise me.

Thank you

On 03/25/2013 04:17 PM, M. Ranganathan wrote:

I am writing a gnu radio application where I started a thread to read an
external socket. It seemed to introduce some odd behaviours such as looping
back of signal where I did not expect it. Is it permissible to start
blocking threads in the python part of a gnu radio application?

Sounds completely fine to me. Many of the gnuradio gui apps are spawning
threads for various things.

-josh

On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 5:34 PM, Josh B. [email protected] wrote:

Sounds completely fine to me. Many of the gnuradio gui apps are spawning
threads for various things.

-josh

Thanks for the quick reply. Red herring on my part.

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