Problem with 'make install' on latest trunk


#1

I think there might be a very small problem with the make install in
the latest trunk: it doesn’t seem to copy the all the files
appropriately.

if I do a straight up ‘make install’ the benchmark_*x.py examples fail
with:
“ImportError: No module named usrp_options”

It’s easily solved by copying ‘usrp_options.py’ and ‘generic_usrp.py’
from the co’d trunk to the examples directory, but I would think that
‘make install’ would do that for you.

Jason


#2

On Wed, 2009-05-20 at 10:23 -0500, Jason U. wrote:

I think there might be a very small problem with the make install in
the latest trunk: it doesn’t seem to copy the all the files
appropriately.

if I do a straight up ‘make install’ the benchmark_*x.py examples fail with:
“ImportError: No module named usrp_options”

It’s easily solved by copying ‘usrp_options.py’ and ‘generic_usrp.py’
from the co’d trunk to the examples directory, but I would think that
‘make install’ would do that for you.

You are correct, there are two missing lines from the Makefile.am in
that directory. I have fixed this already on a development branch I am
working on for the Ubuntu binary packaging, so I’ll go ahead and merge
that to fix it and you can update.

Thanks for the bug report.

Johnathan


#3

On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 8:29 AM, Johnathan C.
removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

You are correct, there are two missing lines from the Makefile.am in
that directory. I have fixed this already on a development branch I am
working on for the Ubuntu binary packaging, so I’ll go ahead and merge
that to fix it and you can update.

This is done in r11072.

Johnathan