Pass new types to the "make" function

hello every body,
I really have a problem with data types when I want to use my
out-of-tree
module in GRC which is written in c++.
I have a “make” like this:

make(unsinged int x, usigned char y)

how could I use this block in GRC?

please help me,

Thank.

Hi Mostafa,

because I hope this will solve your problem as well as make it easier
for me to understand you and vice versa, I’ve generated a minimal
example of what you’re trying to do.
Please clone
https://github.com/marcusmueller/gr-unsigned_inting.git
and tell me if it reflects what you’re trying to do.
The only files I modified after generation with gr_modtool were

  • lib/try…cc
  • python/qa_try_…py
  • grc/try…xml

Greetings,
Marcus

Hi Marcus,
Thank you for your guides. I clone your files and finally got that I can
pass “unsinged int” to the make but in the xml file I can put the
int !!! That’s I wanted. Thank you again.

But one of my blocks must give an array of “int”:

int g[] = {1,2,3};

And the “make” should be like this: *make(int g)
I looked at the block “vector source” which gives a vector for it’s make
function. However, I want to pass an array in GRC form of the block i.e.
xml file!!!
What do you prefer?

greetings,

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SWIG automatically generates wrappers for the python tuple type.
Refer the mass of examples of tuples being used as parameters in GRC
blocks for reference :wink:
Again, don’t write anything funky yourself, just use a
std::vector* as parameter to your C++ block.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 08.05.2014 14:18, Mostafa A. wrote:

block “vector source” which gives a vector for it’s make function.

On 08.05.2014 10:18, Mostafa A. wrote:

Thank.
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