Making my own blocks

Thanks to everyone who responded to my post yesterday. I’ve been slowly
slogging my way through the code. Yes, it is a lot less connected than I
originally thought. I needed to extract some helper functions from
gnuradio/gr

So now I am making some custom blocks. How can I get the block ID to
show
up in the graphical representation?
Chris

On Tue, Nov 01, 2011 at 12:20:01PM -0400, Chris Lirakis wrote:

Thanks to everyone who responded to my post yesterday. I’ve been slowly
slogging my way through the code. Yes, it is a lot less connected than I
originally thought. I needed to extract some helper functions from gnuradio/gr

So now I am making some custom blocks. How can I get the block ID to show up in
the graphical representation?

Are you using the howto-make-a-block as a template? If so, have a look
at the files in the grc/ subdirectory. You need to adapt these as well.

If you’re using the old Makefile system, I would also like to spotlight
gr_modtool.py [1]. It’s a tool which automatically writes template files
for .cc, .h and .py as well as the GRC bindings and edits the Makefiles
accordingly. You then only need to edit your stuff.

MB

[1] https://cgran.org/wiki/devtools


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