starting them now
hmmm. what could that mean?
it bombarded a channel, and freenode kicked it
ah, just not this channel
does anyone have a log of that stuff?
what day? I should have logs
10/29 ~ 0300UTC
[23:00:55] <alex_joni> http://www.linuxcnc.org/irc/irc.freenode.net:6667/emcdevel/2007-10-29.txt
halshow doesn't work :)
jepler fixed it?
is that a feature?
it works now
(I like halshow)
but I guess I usually use watch+halcmd because it's faster for me to start
my clicking skills are ill-evolved compared to my typing skills
jepler: is there a difference between Machine/Coordinate system for touch off, and the same selection in the touch off window?
they seem to do the same thing
also we had talked about making M2/M30 set G94,G97
(I think it might be a bug that it doesn't)
ah, it's just a bug
03cradek 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/rs274ngc/interp_convert.cc: turn off css/fpr on m2/m30, since the spindle turns off.
I'm sad to be touching so many things... good thing that's the last bug
if I had a penny for everytime I said that :P
yep I was joking actually
but I think that's the last one that I see right now
there was a piece of software that was bug-free in its first release
(or have been trying not to notice)
actual commercial software
I only know of one though
are we supposed to guess?
of course, now I don't remember the name of it :)
it was a remote desktop sharing application for NextStep
I suspect no nontrivial app is bugfree
I think you refer to "Hello World!"
no, this was a nontrivial app, and it was bug free in revision 1.0
well.. /bin/true is bugfree
but as I said, it's the only one I've ever heard of
tissf: great job on the translations
haha.. we should start to use comments like this in the code:
| Now we have the components Itemids everywhere |
| Please use these constants where ever needed |
cradek: it's that way to let people choose the coordinate system in either the old way or the new (on the dialog) way.
oh, the hair got lost:
jepler: it seems odd to have the same thing in two places
cradek: take out the one in the menu, then
does the one on the dialog work as a default-remembering thingie?
now that everything is by name, can I just remove it?
alex_joni: yes that one remembers too
then remove the menu one without worries :D
alex_joni: it's not remembered from session to session, but it is remembered in the session
[23:51:33] <cradek> http://timeguy.com/cradek-files/emc/bad-m.png
I got this yesterday
I have no clue what it means but I bet it's important
figured out how to make it happen yet?
I'm going to start by printing th emdi command
hmmm. I wonder if that's actually "ctrl-M" - ie return??
dunno how it would get in there, or why it would be printed as an 'm', but it does raise a suspicion in that direction
maybe a sticky 'alt' or 'control' key
result, seq = gcode.parse("", canon, "M199 P["+v+"]", "M2")
there are two "M"s that should be in the gcode that is being interpreted there...
oh, that error is more or less straight from the gcode parser?
ok. I'll eat now, instead of suggesting useless debugging paths :)
yes. when I command "G0 A100" in mdi on a 3axis machine, I get this: Bad character 'a' used
(it's lowercase regardless of the case in the MDI command)
This site is temporarily unavailable.
Please notify the System Administrator
I don't know how to debug this
I also don't know if this is the bug people report (seems like it's not)
first you have to figure out how to make it happen consistently
it's permanently happening here
that's similar to the bug reported by others, in that it "sticks"
does it go away if you home / shift-end / type in a number ?
if I accept the default 0.0, it works
if I type anything, it's permanently stuck with the 'm' error
it IS still interpreting because if I type [ I get the error about no matching right bracket
the 'is it valid' check hasn't run yet if you don't insert any characters
SWPadnos: that does not fix it
hmmm. how about [1.2]
as soon as I type ] I get the 'm' error back
the bracket errors come "before" the string is passed to the interpreter
oh hey, when I mdi M199, I get this error.