Grc icon issue and not saving python script after executing

Hello List,

I have updated my gnu radio from 3.7.2.1 to 3.7.7.1.

After the update when i am typing the “gnuradio-companion” it is getting
open but the propriety icon is missing. I tried to make the new flow
graph and i am successfully able to execute the graph.

The results are coming out, but When i am trying to see that grc file
it is getting open as “Xml” file. However, the extension of the graph is
.grc only.

Also, after the successful execution of the graph the python script is
not getting generated at all. And i am not able to directly open the
built grc file by double click on that one.

Kindly suggest, What I have done wrong. Any help is appreciated.

Thank you

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 9:36 AM, alok ranjan [email protected]
wrote:

is getting open as “Xml” file. However, the extension of the graph is .grc
Thank you

I’m not sure what you mean about the icon missing. What icon? We did
change
some of the toolbar icons since 3.7.2.1, though, so they might be
different. I’m just not sure what you mean by missing.

Are you sure that you’re looking for the right Python file name? The ID
in
the Options block will set what that file is named as, so by default
“ID=top_block,” and so it’ll produce top_block.py. Any chance you don’t
have write permission in the directory?

Tom

On 06/19/2015 03:36 PM, alok ranjan wrote:

it is getting open as “Xml” file. However, the extension of the graph
Thank you

Sounds like the freedesktop integration wasn’t setup correctly. Try
running

YOUR_INSTALL_PREFIX/libexec/gnuradio/grc_setup_freedesktop install

Sebastian

Hello Tom,

Thank you for your prompt reply. I have fixed the python script issue.

Icon means after saving the grc flowgraph it is showing as xml file in
browser where it is located (But it should open in gnuradio companion
UI). There is no signal block icon. The file is getting saved as
application/xml format :frowning:

Also, the flow graph dont have signal blocks icon as it was in earlier
version.

Thank you for your reply.
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 10:06:24 -0400
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Grc icon issue and not saving python
script after executing
To: [email protected]
CC: [email protected]

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 9:36 AM, alok ranjan [email protected]
wrote:

Hello List,

I have updated my gnu radio from 3.7.2.1 to 3.7.7.1.

After the update when i am typing the “gnuradio-companion” it is getting
open but the propriety icon is missing. I tried to make the new flow
graph and i am successfully able to execute the graph.

The results are coming out, but When i am trying to see that grc file
it is getting open as “Xml” file. However, the extension of the graph is
.grc only.

Also, after the successful execution of the graph the python script is
not getting generated at all. And i am not able to directly open the
built grc file by double click on that one.

Kindly suggest, What I have done wrong. Any help is appreciated.

Thank you

I’m not sure what you mean about the icon missing. What icon? We did
change some of the toolbar icons since 3.7.2.1, though, so they might be
different. I’m just not sure what you mean by missing.
Are you sure that you’re looking for the right Python file name? The ID
in the Options block will set what that file is named as, so by default
“ID=top_block,” and so it’ll produce top_block.py. Any chance you don’t
have write permission in the directory?
Tom

Well, yes, this is the source directory containing the unexpanded script
and resource files.
To run the comand you have to replace YOUR_INSTALL_PREFIX with the path
prefix you installed gnuradio to, e.g. /usr/local

Also, please keep the list in cc.

Sebastian

Hello Sebastian,

Thank you for your kind details on the issues .

Happy to share that I have fixed that problem. Also, I have configured
the python script problem.

Thank you once again for help and your suggestions.

Regards,

Alok
Subject: RE: [Discuss-gnuradio] Grc icon issue and not saving python
script after executing
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 22:45:51 +0200
To: [email protected]; [email protected]

Well, yes, this is the source directory containing the unexpanded script
and resource files.

To run the comand you have to replace YOUR_INSTALL_PREFIX with the path
prefix you installed gnuradio to, e.g. /usr/local

Also, please keep the list in cc.

Sebastian

On June 19, 2015 4:31:29 PM CEST, alok ranjan
[email protected] wrote:

Hello Sebastian,

Thankk you for your prompt reply and help on the issue.

I tried with the command you suggested but it is saying no directory or
install missing operand.

Please find the below details of my directory and guide me what command
may fix the problem.

/home/alok/Downloads/gnuradio/gnuradio-3.7.7.1/grc/freedesktop

Thanks,

Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 16:13:02 +0200
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]; [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Grc icon issue and not saving python
script after executing

On 06/19/2015 03:36 PM, alok ranjan
  wrote:




  Hello List,



    I have updated my gnu radio from 3.7.2.1 to   3.7.7.1.




    After the update when i am typing the "gnuradio-companion" it is
    getting open but the propriety icon is missing. I tried to make
    the new flow graph and i am successfully able to execute the
    graph.





    The results are coming out,  but When i am trying to see that
    grc file it is getting open as "Xml" file. However, the
    extension of the graph is .grc only.



    Also, after the successful execution of the graph the python
    script is not getting generated at all.  And i am not able to
    directly open the built grc file by double click on that one.





    Kindly suggest, What I have done wrong. Any help is appreciated.





    Thank you











Sounds like the freedesktop integration wasn't setup correctly. Try
running



YOUR_INSTALL_PREFIX/libexec/gnuradio/grc_setup_freedesktop install



Sebastian

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