rayh: johenry is looking for you.
Hey thanks Chris.
I'll watch for him.
he "thought you lived here" haha
If I had a full time connection I would.
How you doing today.
trying to find a bug in irssi, my irc client
it's a curse of open source software that you feel like you should fix everything that's wrong just because you can
Even with my limited abilities, I sometimes say, "I could have done that better."
SWPadnos: are you there?
prepare your DING's ;)
hang on.. need to clean up first
oh -DING -DING!
or should that be !GNID GNID
cvs diff is slow :(
but I tell you .. after 4 hours of crawling all over the interp, I'm really sick :)
I just skipped that part
what are you trying to do to the interp?
fix aour two bugs
oh, sorry then
not your bugs, but you reported them on SF
the two about F
one that emc allows the first G1 to move even F is 0
and the second that motion that goes nowhere clears feed rate
right, I remember
making any progress?
yup, fixed both
both are 1-2 line fixes
but I spent the whole afternoon trying to get them :(
unfortunately that's the way it often goes
thanks for fixing them!
right, no problem.. hope they are fixed enough :D
I didn't investigate the first one very thoroughly
the problem was on startup a non-zero speed was used in the interp
different speed default in motion
so the next cycle the speed from motion was used, which was indeed 0 and the second time the error came
so now it always gives the error?
also: you didn't notice in your bug report, but doing only Fxx didn't work
F100 on a single line was also broken
why do we always suspect code we don't understand? :D
SWPadnos: you may ding now ;)
only one time? :(
but the bug may not be fixed??
some folk never get the word!
word up, yo!
cant test here bits are still dribbling in.
SWPadnos: what bug may not be fixed?
well - I wasn't sure if skunkworks was just reiterating how to reproduce the bug, or saying that it still does that
emc1 had it
he probably didn't update and compile that fast though
I fixed it for emc2 first
isn't there a DEAFULT_VELOCITY ini serring?
is that loaded by only motion or canon, but not both?
canon, not motion
although motion initially has it too
but afterwards task sets it to 0 or something like that
it's too twisted to be able to follow :D
since you've been looking at that code, maybe the startup default should be DEFAULT_VEL, rather than 0
maybe cradek should write a simple_canon as well ;)
well.. it's not canon either :D
but canon? (iirc) takes the current velocity out of emcStatus->velocity
how about simple_emc2? :)
which comes from emcmotStatus
and goes through NML
motion updates speed messages when commanded by task
wait - that's an oxymoron
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