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non port: comms/gnuradio/files/patch-gnuradio-core_CMakeLists.txt

Number of commits found: 4

Saturday, 1 Mar 2014
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- Updating to 3.7.2
- disabled USRP default option until usrp is fixed on -10 and head
- disable docs on i386 for now as it fails to build
- enable staging

PR:		ports/186799
Submitted by:	lev
Original commitRevision:346629 
Wednesday, 12 Jun 2013
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- Update to gnuradio 3.6.5

Important new features (3.6.5):
New OFDM PHY layer (Martin Braun, Ben Reynwar)
This release includes new OFDM PHY layer blocks in gr-digital.

New runtime logging capability (Tom Rondeau)
GNU Radio has a logging interface to enable various levels of logging
information to be printed to the console or a file.

And Numerous bug fixes

Reviewed by:	martymac
Original commitRevision:320680 
Monday, 29 Apr 2013
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Release 3.6.3 is a significant release, adding major new
capabilities and many bug fixes, while maintaining strict source
compatibility with user code already written for the 3.6 API.

Much of the code was the result of two events, the September 2012 GNU
Radio conference in Atlanta, GA, and the November 2012 GNU Radio
hackfest held at Ettus Research in Mountain View, CA. Additional work
(not discussed here) from these events has been incorporated into the
'next' branch of the code repository, and will become part of the 3.7
API release series.

New features include asynchronous message passing between blocks, new
blocks for interfacing with operating system networking stacks, the
ability to write new signal processing blocks in Python, enhanced file
source and sinks that can store metadata, flowgraph latency control,
improvements to documentation, and further conversion of existing code
into the 3.7 API organization (while leaving existing blocks in

The detailed changelog is here:
Original commitRevision:316814 
Sunday, 9 Dec 2012
20:19 db search for other commits by this committer
- Update to 3.6.2
- Needs the usrp port

Tested by:
Original commitRevision:308561 

Number of commits found: 4