How to change a flowgraph in c++ dynamically

Hi everybody,

I was wonder why I can’t make a class of topblock in c++ like in python
as
said here:

http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/TutorialsWritePythonApplications

Then I think, I can control the flowgraph, start or stop it , disconnect
or
connect blocks and anything else .

Any idea?

On 13.05.2014 11:05, Mostafa A. wrote:

Any idea?
It’s pretty much the same, just in C++.
Have a look at the c++ examples in the source tree, that’ll get you
started.

M

It’s better to say in this way: how could I use stop(), start(),
lock(),
unlock() of the topblock methods? Is there any example of them?

Thanks,

Hi Marcus,

what do you mean by *“run to completion” *?

best,
Mostafa

On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 10:40 AM, Mostafa A.

Hi Marcus,

Thank you,

Hi Mostafa,
I mean the run option “run to completion” in the GRC. GRC is like LEGO
for
communication engineers, if you play around with it, you’ll soon be
having
fun and have an easier time understanding hints like this :wink:
See http://imgur.com/YPUvyzm

Greetings,
Marcus

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