Use of VERBOSE in C++ files

I wanted to view the access code, data in gr_correlate_access_code and
gr_framer_sink_1 programs. I found the VERBOSE in both programs. I set
this
to 1. But i do not see any data. What is the purpose of this VERBOSE in
that
case? Is it only to view data while running C++ files?


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On Tue, Sep 01, 2009 at 02:42:07PM -0700, udadidd wrote:

I wanted to view the access code, data in gr_correlate_access_code and
gr_framer_sink_1 programs. I found the VERBOSE in both programs. I set this
to 1. But i do not see any data. What is the purpose of this VERBOSE in that
case? Is it only to view data while running C++ files?

Did you compile the code and install it?

Eric

Oh I am actually expecting it to show data when i run the
benchmark_rx.py
Can you please let me know which code are you referring to?

Udaya

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On Tue, Sep 01, 2009 at 09:12:01PM -0700, udadidd wrote:

Oh I am actually expecting it to show data when i run the benchmark_rx.py
Can you please let me know which code are you referring to?

gnuradio-core

Yes I did. I m able to run benchmark_rx/tx programs.
At this point in “Access_code auto Correlator”, I want to see the bytes
coming out.Also if there’s an error, then the data corresponding to that
error. When i went back and saw the c++ file, i understood, this is
print
out by VERBOSE command. But when i run the python command, i do not see
the
output of C++ files. Kindly let me know if i need to do any thing else
for
viewing these?

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