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Re: Import Block "bad import syntax"

From: Barry Duggan
Subject: Re: Import Block "bad import syntax"
Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2020 21:22:54 -0600
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Hi Jim,

The tutorial you cited has been deprecated in GR 3.8. Also, it doesn't work as written! At this point we have chosen not to update or correct it. The recommended tutorial is https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/OutOfTreeModules

What version of GR do you have on your rPi, and how did you load it?

For the tutorial you referenced, your Import should be for testpy and not squareme. Also, for the Variable test_var, the value should be squareme(12) without the "testpy." in front of it.

Barry Duggan KV4FV

On Mon, 9 Nov 2020 10:13:53 -0500, Elmore's wrote:

I have a problem as indicated in the subject line that has me totally baffled.

I have created a noblock module with gr_modtool called softrock. This module has been successfully created and lives in /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/softrock. It contains a file softrock_usb.py.

I have an existing flowgraph in which I select an Import block. In the Import line in Properties I type “import softrock” (without quotes). I get the error “bad import syntax”.

I used the document TutorialPythonFunctions from the gnuradio wiki as guidance for this task.

I have performed extensive searching for this issue but everything points back to simply adding the word “import” in front of the module name.

I have tried completely clearing the text box thinking that there might be extraneous characters present.

This seems so simple that I am baffled why it isn’t working.

My platform is a Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian Jessie.

Thanks for any help you might give me.


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