Python versions

What are the oldest and newest versions of python that gnuradio should
work with?

That way I can test stuff using those two versions.

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Ben R. [email protected] wrote:

What are the oldest and newest versions of python that gnuradio should
work with?

That way I can test stuff using those two versions.

Python 2.4 is the oldest that I know will work (and I don’t think,
but haven’t tried, 2.3), and I’ve used it with 2.7. It will not work
with 3.+.

Tom

I just tested the next branch with 2.4 and the only incompatibility
was a “with” statement in gr_xmlrunner.py.
The “with” statement was introduced in 2.5.

Once that was removed the “make check” ran fine.

The replacement for the “with” statement was:

fss = _fake_std_streams()
fss.enter()
try:
test(result)
try:
out_s = sys.stdout.getvalue()
except AttributeError:
out_s = “”
try:
err_s = sys.stderr.getvalue()
except AttributeError:
err_s = “”
finally:
fss.exit(None, None, None)

FYI, grc only works with 2.5 and up. Ive only tested up to 2.7

-Josh

Hi
I wonder if anyone used Gnu Radio on an Android based netbook? I have a
Toshiba
AC100 and wonder if it can run GR?
http://www.engadget.com/2010/06/21/toshibas-ac100-8-hour-smartbook-runs-android-2-1-on-a-1ghz-tegr/

I know it is not fast enough, 1Ghz processor is not enough for any
advanced
processing, but it will be great to be able to install it and use it to
run
development of sub-modules while I am trveling.

Thanks in advance,
Farhad

On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 3:37 AM, Josh B. [email protected] wrote:

FYI, grc only works with 2.5 and up. Ive only tested up to 2.7

-Josh

Yes, Josh is right, I just looked to refresh my memory. GRC makes a
check
for Python >= 2.5. The rest of GNU Radio doesn’t check for a specific
version, just that certain properties are met and modules are available
(ala
config/gr_python.m4).

Tom

OK. I’ll only test stuff down to 2.5 then.

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