Controlport now on next

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to announce that I’ve pushed ControlPort onto the next
branch
(for more details on ControlPort, see this for now:
http://www.trondeau.com/home/2012/11/18/public-release-of-controlport.html).

A couple of notes. First, we’ve integrated ControlPort into
gnuradio-core
so that we can have access to all parts of a running graph (including
the
top_block!). This doesn’t change the fact that ControlPort is an
optional
feature. So if you don’t want it and don’t need it, you don’t have to
worry
about it.

ControlPort requires Ice 3.4.x (I’m running with 3.4.2 on Ubuntu) and
Swig
2.0. Again, though, this is only required for ControlPort. The rest of
GNU
Radio will build with Swig greater than 1.3.31. If you want ControlPort,
you have to install Swig 2.0.

I cannot get Ice and ControlPort to work on OSX, yet. Neither what’s
available through ports, the distributed binaries from ZeroC, or my own
hand-compiled ICE libraries work. I hope we can trace this down, but I
wanted to let everyone know before getting excited if you’re using that
platform.

Please send bug reports if you have them. I’m especially interested in
anything that prevents people from building and using GNU Radio who are
not
using ControlPort. I believe all of the protections are there, but we’ll
see.

Thanks!
Tom

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