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Version: 3.8.2.0, Package name: gnuradio-3.8.2.0
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
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Description
GNU Radio is a software development toolkit that provides signal processing
blocks to implement software radios. It can be used with readily-available
low-cost external RF hardware to create software-defined radios, or without
hardware in a simulation-like environment. It is widely used in hobbyist,
academic and commercial environments to support both wireless communications
research and real-world radio systems.

GNU Radio has filters, channel codes, synchronisation elements, equalizers,
demodulators, vocoders, decoders, and many other elements (in the GNU Radio
jargon, we call these elements blocks) which are typically found in radio
systems. More importantly, it includes a method of connecting these blocks
and then manages how data is passed from one block to another. Extending GNU
Radio is also quite easy; if you find a specific block that is missing, you
can quickly create and add it.

GNU Radio applications are primarily written using the Python programming
language, while the supplied, performance-critical signal processing path is
implemented in C++ using processor floating point extensions, where
available.


Filesize: 3484.182 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2020-10-13) Updated to version: gnuradio-3.8.2.0
  • (2018-09-10) Package added to openports.se, version gnuradio-3.7.13.4 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2020-11-14 23:46:29 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Disable cmake find_package doxygen
We are not building a documentation
   2020-11-09 11:41:42 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Unbreak with qwt 6.1.5
   2020-10-28 14:52:47 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
gnuradio: add a cmake patch that avoids a build error if doxygen was present
on the system earlier in configure, but was then removed before it reaches this
point. more details in the patch comment.
   2020-10-13 03:30:05 by Anthony J. Bentley | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Removed wrong patch.
   2020-10-13 03:04:51 by Anthony J. Bentley | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Update to gnuradio-3.8.2.0. Drop maintainership.
Some notable changes to the package with this release:
- move from Qt4 to Qt5
- move from Python 2 to Python 3
- drop dependency on py-gtk2
ok (and testing and much prodding from) rsadowski@
   2019-10-03 07:39:45 by Christian Weisgerber | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
From upstream:
CMake will fail to properly run check_c_compiler_flag() on ARM when
checking for -msse2; it will always pass, and subsequent builds will
fail. Trying to compile actual code during CMake is a more reliable way
to see if SSE2 is actually available.
   2019-07-12 14:44:13 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (877)
Log message:
replace simple PERMIT_PACKAGE_CDROM=Yes with PERMIT_PACKAGE=Yes
   2019-03-03 03:35:30 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Add BDEP on textproc/xmlto which gets picked up if present at configure
time.
   2018-12-13 12:53:24 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (64)
Log message:
bump REVISION for ports with a LIB_ or RUN_DEPENDS on devel/boost,
it has been split into subpackages
   2018-10-24 08:28:14 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (740)
Log message:
Add COMPILER lines to c++ ports which currently use the default. Adjust
some existing COMPILER lines with arch restrictions etc. In the usual
case this is now using "COMPILER = base-clang ports-gcc base-gcc" on
ports with c++ libraries in WANTLIB.
This is basically intended to be a noop on architectures using clang
as the system compiler, but help with other architectures where we
currently have many ports knocked out due to building with an unsuitable
compiler -
- some ports require c++11/newer so the GCC version in base that is used
on these archirtectures is too old.
- some ports have conflicts where an executable is built with one compiler
(e.g. gcc from base) but a library dependency is built with a different
one (e.g. gcc from ports), resulted in mixing incompatible libraries in the
same address space.
devel/gmp is intentionally skipped as it's on the path to building gcc -
the c++ library there is unused in ports (and not built by default upstream)
so intending to disable building gmpcxx in a future commit.