Creating OOT module

Hello everyone!

Met a problem, cannot create OOT module. Red manuals, wiki, howto…

In wiki says, that gr_modtool is included in distribut of GNURadio, but
I have not found it there. I download it from ftp, but, again, problem.
I do everything as said in wiki.

gr_modtool newmod howto - works without problem, creating derectory
and files. Change derectory to created, as said in wiki, then:

gr-howto % gr_modtool add -t general square_ff - here is problem. It
says, that gr_modtool can`t finde GNURadio files.

Using last version of GNURadio, Ubuntu 12.04. Everything do as said in
manuals.

Is wiki about OOT correct?

Only gr_modtool allows to create new OOT module?

Sorry for such formulation of a questions, don`t now, how to ask it
other way.

Hi ???,

gr_modtool is usually included in the distribution, because it must fit
to your GR version.
If you can’t find it you a) have a very old version of GNU Radio or b)
it wasn’t installed correctly, but if you say you did it by the wiki,
then it should be fine… strange.
so: how did you install GNU Radio, and what does “gnuradio-config-info
-v” say?

Posting the vebatim error that gr_modtool throws would possibly help,
too.

Because you asked other questions, just a few short answers :slight_smile: :

Is wiki about OOT correct?
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/OutOfTreeModules
Is correct :slight_smile:

Only gr_modtool allows to create new OOT module?
Technically, you can create OOT modules however you like, figure out how
to set up a build system, figure out how to install files, find
libraries etc…

But I don’t know anyone who doesn’t use gr_modtool. It just makes things
so much easier and fail-safe. What it basically does is copy a OOT
module template and do a few intelligent things like filling in your
module name.
When you later want to add blocks, it has mechanisms to add them so that
they automatically are integrated into the build process, etc.

And: When one experiences problems, one can go and ask the community,
and they will understand the problem, because they understand how the
OOT module is structured.

Greetings,
Marcus

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3.6.1 should have gr_modtool if I’m not totally mistaken; however,
you’ll have a lot nicer and somewhat easier experience if you remove
these ubuntu packages and use pybombs to install a modern gnuradio 3.7
automatically from source:-)
See http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/pybombs/wiki/QuickStart

Greetings,
Marcus

On March 6, 2014 6:42:56 PM CET, “Арсений Соболев” [email protected]
wrote:

 "gnuradio-config-info -v" say?

Technically, you can create OOT modules however you like, figure

Sorry for such formulation of a questions, don`t now, how to ask
Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
must fit to your GR version.

Is wiki about OOT correct?
copy a OOT module template and do a few intelligent things like
Marcus
but, again, problem. I do everything as said in wiki.

Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
С Уважением,
Соболев А.А.


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The instructions on the PyBombs Quickstart Document are quite
straightforward; you only need git and python.
How are you going to try create an OOT without gr_modtool?

Greetings,
Marcus

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