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* alex_joni wonders where chris might be ;)
I hear he's taking some vacation
oh.. that's nice
I want AXIS to be able to create some HAL pins which can then be connected -- specifically, some pins for the active axis, so that a physical jogwheel can move the axis selected in the AXIS GUI
right now I do this by creating some parameters in a .hal file, and 'setp'ing them when an axis is selected, but I feel I should do this with HAL pins instead
the problem is that the pins will (obviously) be created by AXIS, but that is executed last after all the .hal files
so what should I do?
jepler, can you have axis execute a short hal scipt after it's initialized?
you can even pipe the commands into halcmd from axis
SWPadnos: yeah, that's what I do now (I run halcmd to change the signal values)
SWPadnos: I was hoping for something a little more elegant
what I meant was, use halcmd to set up the signals after the axis pins have been created
then change pins
err - pin values
so basically have AXIS run one user-defined HAL file?
or a hal file that's part of axis itself, in the pipe scenario
I suppose that's better than what I have now
at least it would be "normal" signals - connected to pins at both ends
I think even the waitforpin function has a race, unless the runscript could try all the HAL files, then run the display program without waiting for them to finish (which has problems of its own)
hm, I'm not sure what you mean
sorry - I may not know either :)
if you have one partition on a disk, and you type 'df', it deletes it.
I mean, if you type 'df' into 'fdisk'
is that a lament, or preventitive wisdom?
I just did it on a system without anything on the disk
so, no big deal
bummer - almost
so .. funny
delete / force?
"d" is delete
I don't think it even looks at the letter 'f'
I'd think there would be a confirmation step in there