Forum: GNU Radio A couple of questions for you

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A363d580ed703161e471b115e20964d4?d=identicon&s=25 Filippo Camuglia (gr304)
on 2016-04-15 11:00
Greetings all,

I recently began using GnuRadio and GRC, and I have some doubt that hope
you can explain.

1. It is possible to modify the QT or WX GUI by adding some pushbutton.
I know that I can add sliders, static text... but not a pushbutton. It
would be great if I could add it where there are the others in WX (below
'Autoscale' and 'Stop/Run') or if I could modify the properties of one
of the existing.

2. It is possible to create a new block or to modify an existing one and
adding it to a module already present (for example, it is possible to
modify the block 'File Source' that is already present in the module
'File Operators')? If so, how can I compile? Because the build directory
is not present, I have to add it and then use cmake or is there an other
way to operate in this case?

3. I noticed that I am not the only one facing this error, I would like
to know if is it has been resolved in some way: when I add a new python
block in my OOT module, I always get an error when I try to use it even
if I did not had any error while compiling by terminal; the error is the
following:
AttributeError:'module' object has not attribute 'MYBLOCKNAME'
If it can help I create the first block in my OOT module using C++

Thanks in advance
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