We WILL be removing gr.flow_graph from the trunk soon

We said this back in December, but we really mean it now…

Those of you who are using the trunk and haven’t converted to the new
top_block/hier_block2 way of doing things should either do so now, or
switch to the 3.1 stable branch.

Eric

Hi,

I’m using the great gnuradio from about 9 months. But, until now, I
don’t know the advantage or the difference between the (new) top_block
and the (old) gr_flow_graph ?
Some explanation will be highly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Firas

Eric B. [email protected] wrote: We said this back in December, but
we really mean it now…

Those of you who are using the trunk and haven’t converted to the new
top_block/hier_block2 way of doing things should either do so now, or
switch to the 3.1 stable branch.

Eric

Eric B. wrote:

We said this back in December, but we really mean it now…

Those of you who are using the trunk and haven’t converted to the new
top_block/hier_block2 way of doing things should either do so now, or
switch to the 3.1 stable branch.

Eric

I think my RA applications have been converted–they use stdgui2,
instead of stdgui:

  class app_flow_graph(stdgui2.std_top_block):

On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 05:35:04PM -0500, Marcus L. wrote:

I think my RA applications have been converted–they use stdgui2, instead
of stdgui:

 class app_flow_graph(stdgui2.std_top_block):

Yep. Johnathan has converted pretty much all the code in the trunk.
There may be a few still left, but we’ll make sure they’re converted
before excising gr.flow_graph();

Eric

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