Using custom signal processing module

Hi,

I had the same problem and i find a temporary solution for it.
When you sudo make install a folder with the same name of your module
should appear on the path usr/local/include/“your module name”. But
instead the folders name becomes MyModule. If you change its name
using nautilus it works. And also you should go to
/usr/local/lib/python2.6/MyModule and cut all the init files and
paste them into the folder “your module name”. After these
modifications my block run succesfully. Hope this helps.

Mehmet.

On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 5:19 AM, mehmet kabasakal
[email protected]wrote:

Mehmet.

That doesn’t sound right. Did you use the
create-gnuradio-out-of-tree-project utility? Or did you copy the
gr-howto-write-a-block directory? Neither of these will produce what you
experienced here. If you did it by hand, it sounds like a copy-and-paste
error.

Tom

I used the tutorial on
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/Basic_block
gr-my-blocks-template as a template folder.

Mehmet.

2011/6/7, Tom R. [email protected]omain.invalid:

On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 10:48 AM, mehmet kabasakal
[email protected]wrote:

I used the tutorial on
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/Basic_block and
gr-my-blocks-template as a template folder.

My guess is that this needs to be updated. I’m also not sure what it
does
that create-gnuradio-out-of-tree-project doesn’t do; if there is
something
in particular here, we can probably add it to the project. What’s nice
about
the create- script is that it checks out the latest code from the repo,
so
everything should stay up-to-date.

Tom

I used the tutorial on
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/Basic_block and
gr-my-blocks-template as a template folder.

2011/6/7, mehmet kabasakal [email protected]:

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