USRP Hardware Driver and USRP Manual  Version: 4.0.0.0-506-g6c213ecd0
UHD and USRP Manual
uhd::usrp::subdev_spec_t Class Reference

#include <uhd/usrp/subdev_spec.hpp>

Inheritance diagram for uhd::usrp::subdev_spec_t:

Public Member Functions

 subdev_spec_t (const std::string &markup="")
 
std::string to_pp_string (void) const
 
std::string to_string (void) const
 

Detailed Description

A list of (daughterboard slot name, subdevice name) pairs:

A subdevice specification represents a list of subdevices on a motherboard. The subdevices specified may span across multiple daughterboards; Hence the need for a subdevice specification over a simple list of strings. Typically, the user will pass a RX or TX subdevice specification into the API, and the implementation will infer the channel configuration from the specification.

The subdevice specification can be represented as a markup-string. The markup-string is a whitespace separated list of dboard:subdev pairs. The first pair represents the subdevice for channel zero, the second pair represents the subdevice for channel one, and so on.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ subdev_spec_t()

uhd::usrp::subdev_spec_t::subdev_spec_t ( const std::string &  markup = "")

Create a subdev specification from a markup string.

Parameters
markupthe markup string

Member Function Documentation

◆ to_pp_string()

std::string uhd::usrp::subdev_spec_t::to_pp_string ( void  ) const

Convert a subdev specification into a pretty print string.

Returns
a printable string representing the subdev specification

◆ to_string()

std::string uhd::usrp::subdev_spec_t::to_string ( void  ) const

Convert the subdevice specification into a markup string. The markup string contains the delimiter symbols.

Returns
a string with delimiter markup

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: