Hier blocks with message output pads

Hi there,

I am having the following problem:

I create a simple hier block in grc and one of the outputs is
a message. I added an output pad with message port, but I see two
issues:

  1. the colour of the pad connection is not exactly the same as the
    message
    connection (maybe this implies something…)

When I compile the block, the python code does not have any
signature that refers to the message output.

Am i doing something obviously wrong?

Thanks
Achilleas

On 01/29/2014 06:20 PM, Achilleas A. wrote:

  1. the colour of the pad connection is not exactly the same as the
    message connection (maybe this implies something…)

Like the color difference between “Message Queue” and “Async Message”
ports (see Help–>Types)?

When I compile the block, the python code does not have any
signature that refers to the message output.

Can you provide an example (your files, a screen-shot, a generic
example,…)?

Sebastian


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Sebastian,

it turns out that the colour mismatch was not the issue here (your
pointed
questions
made me realize that).

There must be a problem with hier blocks with 4 or more ports (one of
which
is an async message)!!!

I attach here a trivial example.

I will also repost this question under a separate title on the mailing
list…

Achilleas

On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 6:35 AM, Koslowski, Sebastian (CEL) <

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