Question about working with multiples of input values

Dear GNU Radio,

I am writing a GNU Radio block that processes the input in blocks of
1024. Is there a way for me to tell the scheduler that I can only accept
inputs in multiples of 1024, or do I need to block the input, and save
the left-overs for the next work() call? If the latter, how do I know if
the work() call is called for the last time?

Sincerely,
Tommy James Tracy II
Ph.D Student
High Performance Low Power Lab
University of Virginia
Phone: 913-775-2241

On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 01:07:52PM -0500, Tommy T. II wrote:

Dear GNU Radio,

I am writing a GNU Radio block that processes the input in blocks of 1024. Is
there a way for me to tell the scheduler that I can only accept inputs in
multiples of 1024, or do I need to block the input, and save the left-overs for
the next work() call? If the latter, how do I know if the work() call is called
for the last time?

If it’s a sync block, set_output_multiple() will do that.

MB


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