Warning! Warning!

We are REMOVING the USRP and USRP2 components from GNU Radio!

It’s been mentioned in the past, but the change on the next branch
is imminent. As of GNU Radio 3.5, we will no longer support libusrp,
libusrp2 or the GNU Radio interfaces, gr-usrp and gr-usrp2. Everything
is
moving to using UHD.

If you have not started to port your code over to using the UHD driver,
start thinking about it now. Follow the changes that were made in ‘next’
to
convert the old examples that used to use the gr-usrp/usrp2 interfaces
to
gr-uhd.

This also reduces the number of dependencies required. Updates on this
will
be posted on the wiki when it becomes the stable release.

Tom

Morning people,
Is there any web interface where we can see the git changes?

Best regards,
Rafael D.

On 10/20/2011 07:57 AM, Rafael D. wrote:

Morning people,
Is there any web interface where we can see the git changes?

http://gnuradio.org/cgit/gnuradio.git/

I find cloning the git repo and using qgit gives a much clearer picture
of how the branches work though.

Philip

On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 5:23 AM, Philip B.
[email protected]wrote:

On 10/20/2011 07:57 AM, Rafael D. wrote:

Morning people,
Is there any web interface where we can see the git changes?

http://gnuradio.org/cgit/gnuradio.git/

I find cloning the git repo and using qgit gives a much clearer picture
of how the branches work though.

Philip

And I use gitg to the same effect. These tools are very helpful in
looking
at the changes being made.

However, those show you individual commits, which there are many of, and
not
everyone wants that kind of detail. I have been keeping a ChangeLog (of
sorts) on gnuradio.org under “API and Code Version
Changeshttp://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/ChangeSets
(http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/ChangeSets) to
provide a
summary description of what changes are being made in the new versions.

Tom

What does this mean in terms of using older non-UHD-native
daughterboards such as the DBSRX & BasicRX?
To be honest, I haven’t checked into the UHD driver, since the
daughterboards I have been working fine without it

Best,
Mark


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On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 8:58 AM, Mark C. [email protected] wrote:

What does this mean in terms of using older non-UHD-native daughterboards
such as the DBSRX & BasicRX?
To be honest, I haven’t checked into the UHD driver, since the
daughterboards I have been working fine without it

Best,
Mark

All USRP daughterboards are supported in UHD. You should have no
problems
with DBSRX and BasicRX.

Tom

On 20/10/2011 11:58 AM, Mark C. wrote:

What does this mean in terms of using older non-UHD-native daughterboards such
as the DBSRX& BasicRX?
To be honest, I haven’t checked into the UHD driver, since the daughterboards I
have been working fine without it

Best,
Mark

UHD supports ALL of the previous daughtercards, even ones that are no
longer in production and pre-date UHD.

Great, thanks for the clarification, Marcus (and Tom)
Looking forward to the new developments!

Cheers,
Mark


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