OSX Testing Request for Branch

I’m in a place where I have no USRP with which to test some changes.
The change is to move from a mix of threading via gr-omnithread and
darwin pthreads (via an intermediate class I called ‘mld_threads’) to
the gruel:: namespace threads. Here’s the info:

$ git checkout wip/remove-mld-threads

will checkout the branch from the GNU Radio GIT repository, and switch
to that branch. You can do a usual ‘make’ to build everything (2
Makefile.am’s were changed, but those will be rebuilt during ‘make’);
compiling works for me, as do the changes to gr-audio-osx. So, what
I’m hoping someone can do is try GNU Radio with a USRP and this
branch, to verify that the darwin USRP FUSB code still works.

When you’re done, you can go back to GNU Radio GIT master with:

$ git checkout master

Thanks! - MLD

On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 06:50, Michael D. [email protected] wrote:

I’m in a place where I have no USRP with which to test some changes. The
change is to move from a mix of threading via gr-omnithread and darwin
pthreads (via an intermediate class I called ‘mld_threads’) to the gruel::
namespace threads. Here’s the info:

$ git checkout wip/remove-mld-threads

Actually, I steered Michael wrong on this. The correct method to
check out the test branch if you have a normal git clone is:

$ git checkout -b wip/remove-mld-threads origin/wip/remove-mld-threads

This creates a local tracking branch and switches to it.

When you are done testing, you can remove your local branch:

$ git checkout master
$ git branch -D wip/remove-mld-threads

Johnathan

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