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Re: OOT tests failing in GNU Radio, Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS

From: Anton Ottosson
Subject: Re: OOT tests failing in GNU Radio, Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 19:12:48 +0000

Hi again Vasil,

It indeed seems like the tests only work if I first install the module. I have set up a GitHub with the full source at https://github.com/antonott/oot_tests_failing. The README outlines the procedure used to build, test (and fail), install, and finally test again (and succeeding).

Best regards,


From: Vasil Velichkov <vvvelichkov@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2021 6:20:32 PM
To: Anton Ottosson; discuss-gnuradio@gnu.org
Subject: Re: OOT tests failing in GNU Radio, Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
Hi Anton,

On 28/06/2021 18.29, Anton Ottosson wrote:
> Though unfortunately, due to not being able to open mailto links with with the Outlook web app, I responded to him with a different email address, and therefore our discussion has not been included in the mailing list correctly. Hopefully I am responding in a correct way now.

Now you responded correctly.

> Providing the install prefix to cmake also resolved the corresponding issue with the tutorial howto module, as expected.

It's counter productive to install the OOT module you are working on before running its tests. You should be able to run the tests without installing it and you should install it only after you are happy with the code and all tests run successfully.

A shell script (qa_*_test.sh) that sets various important environment variables is generated for every test. Can you provide the full content of one of these scripts from your build directory?

So either there is something wrong in your code or there is something wrong or not clear in the tutorial that needs to be fixed or improved. But to find it out it would be much easier if you can share the full source code of you OOT module and all the commands you've used to build, install and test it.

Do you use gr-iqlevels in you OOT module or in its tests?

> (I still initially ran into issues with an "Unable to coerce endpoints"  error, but this was resolved when I restarted the tutorial from the  beginning, so it was probably due to some silly mistake that I wasn't  able to identify.)

I'm not familiar with such an error. It would be best if you can provide the full output.


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