Trunk check-in dependency file breakage

I have recently checked in the updates to the hierarchical flowgraph
code as outlined in a previous email.

One of the changes is that there are no longer any gr_runtime.* files as
this class has been removed from the code as part of an API change.

However, due to the somewhat broken way we handle SWIG dependencies, a
reference to gr_runtime.i remains in the machine generated dependency
files (gnuradio-core/src/lib/swig/*.d).

This will cause an already compiled local copy of the trunk to fail
compilation once it is updated with the latest repository revision. It
will not affect any freshly checked out copies.

If you run into this issue, you can either:

  1. Edit gnuradio-core/src/lib/swig/*.d and manually remove the line that
    references gr_runtime.i in each one, -OR-

  2. Delete gnuradio-core/src/lib/swig/*.d and then run ./config.status
    from the top-level directory, -OR-

  3. Check out a fresh copy of the trunk and rebuild (simple but
    overkill.)

Patches welcome from anyone who has a better way of automating tracking
of SWIG dependencies that doesn’t create the above issue when a
dependent file is removed.


Johnathan C.
Corgan Enterprises LLC
http://corganenterprises.com

It seems that this change has broken GRC (complains about non-existent
gr.runtime).
Josh, is there an ETA on a fix for this? Any short-term work-arounds in
the
meantime?

-Steven

I have committed my recent changes. GRC should work again with the
gnuradio trunk, but many of the hier blocks will be missing for now.
Hopefully, things will stabilize within the week.

Let me know if there are problems (other than missing blocks).

Thanks,
-Josh

Josh B. wrote:

I have committed my recent changes. GRC should work again with the
gnuradio trunk, but many of the hier blocks will be missing for now.
Hopefully, things will stabilize within the week.

Let me know if there are problems (other than missing blocks).

The missing blocks will all get written as part of the run up to
release 3.1. Hopefully I’ll have them checked into the trunk in the
next 4-5 days.


Johnathan C.
Corgan Enterprises LLC
http://corganenterprises.com

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