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'''Extending GNU Radio with own functionality and blocks'''
'''Extending GNU Radio with own functionality and blocks'''

'''Deprecation Warning''':  This article has been superseded by newer tutorials for C++ ( [[Creating c++ OOT with gr-modtool]] ) and Python ( [[Creating Python OOT with gr-modtool]] ).  This article is being kept only as a reference.  Please use the newer tutorials instead of this aricle.  In turn, this article superseded the original "How to write a block?" article written by Eric Blossom.
This article borrows heavily from the original (but very outdated) "How to write a block?" written by Eric Blossom.

== What is an out-of-tree module? ==
== What is an out-of-tree module? ==

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