Two call back function from C

Hi,

Is it not possible to have two call back functions from C++ part to
python.

for example:

  1. The call back “eval” from the “gr.bin_statistics_f” block ‘sink’
    and
  2. The call back from the receive path in tunnel.py class
    “phy_rx_callback”

I think they are both contradicting each other. so if one works the
other
cannot work (the first one to be called usually works)

Does this mean that we cannot have parallel flow graphs running at the
same
time and calling from C++ to python?

regards,


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dump,
It was another problem

abbasi9999 wrote:

“phy_rx_callback”

I think they are both contradicting each other. so if one works the other
cannot work (the first one to be called usually works)

Does this mean that we cannot have parallel flow graphs running at the
same time and calling from C++ to python?

regards,


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