Glue blocks using C++ instead of Python

Blocks in Flowgraphs for transmission and receiving are are connected
using
python. (examples: benchmark_rx.py & benchmark_tx.py)
Has someone glued those blocks (for TX & RX) using C++? I cannot find
examples with C++.

BR,
Tom

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tom_unaff wrote:

Blocks in Flowgraphs for transmission and receiving are are connected using
python. (examples: benchmark_rx.py & benchmark_tx.py)
Has someone glued those blocks (for TX & RX) using C++? I cannot find
examples with C++.

There is an example of this. See

http://gnuradio.org/cgit/jcorgan.git/commit/?h=patches/mkjellss/bert-c%2B%2B&id=1bdb29911ac03428152b11ee81918c0a72e1319a

But I’m quting Jonathan Corgan on this one:
“However, we can’t merge this into the mainline tree until we work out a
method for integrating the C++ examples into our conditional build
system. That’s planned soon.”

Another place to look is http://gnuradio.org/doc/doxygen/index.html
Thats where I looked while doing the rewrite.

Cheers, and happy hacking =;OP
//Mattias K.

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