GNU Radio 3.0 Release Candidate 3 available for testing

GNU Radio 3.0 Release Candidate 3 is available for testing at:

http://gnuradio.org/releases/gnuradio/gnuradio-3.0rc3.tar.gz

and

http://gnuradio.org/releases/gnuradio/gr-howto-write-a-block-3.0rc3.tar.gz

Changes since 3.0rc2:

  • Add missing files to tarball (r3710, r3713, ticket:81)

  • Fixed under quoted shell test in configuration (r3715, ticket:83)

  • General clean up of top-level README (r3716)

  • Fixed missing file after ‘make distclean’ (r3719, ticket:82)

  • Reduced tmpfile memory usage during make check (r3726, ticket:85)

  • Updated config.guess and config.sub to latest (r3725)

  • Distribute how-to-write-a-block separately (r3722, ticket:81)

Thanks to all the testers so far; this is very close to being blessed as
the official 3.0 release.

Johnathan C., AE6HO
[email protected]

RC3 does everything correctly (configure, make, make -j3, make check,
make distcheck, make install) on both OSX boxed: the 20" Intel-iMac
and Dual-G5 PPC.


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[email protected] (Johnathan C.) writes:

GNU Radio 3.0 Release Candidate 3 is available for testing

I have an apparently successful build of rc3 for Debian.

If anyone wants to try these new packages before I finish testing them
and
upload to the Debian mirror network, have a look at

   http://www.gag.com/~bdale/tmp/gnuradio.

Bdale

make -j 2 failed last time I tried. Also, make clean fails in
gr-trellis/doc
due to missing $(RM) variable. Haven’t tried the actual release.

cheerio Berndt

Berndt Josef W. wrote:

make -j 2 failed last time I tried. Also, make clean fails in gr-trellis/doc
due to missing $(RM) variable. Haven’t tried the actual release.

The ‘make -j’ or ‘make -j nnn’ build option failure shows up in a few
places at odd times; this hasn’t been debugged yet. I do suspect it’s
from Makefile.am entries where there are more than one item on the left
of a dependency rule. It wasn’t important for the release as our
directions indicate to only use ‘make’.

The $(RM) issue you mention was fixed back in r3286. GNU make defaults
this to ‘rm’ but there is no default in BSD make. An entry to
Makefile.common and configure.ac was added to explicitly find this on
the path and use it.

However, I just checked and Makefile.common is not included in
gr-trellis/doc, which is a bug, and can be fixed. If a bug had been
reported in Trac this would have certainly made it into the 3.0 release.

As it stands it will get queued up for a 3.0.1 dot release.

Johnathan C., AE6HO
[email protected]

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