argh! the ::on_any_limit is still here on my home machine
oh interesting. when I did cvs up -A, I got an update of axis.py
it must have had a sticky tag?
too bad there's no way to tell now
linux needs VMS-like file versioning ;)
now what the bloody heck was I going to do?
test lerman's recent changes?
close - test the bobble
ahh, it's beautiful again
it looks very nice
bobble bobble bo bobble - banana nana fo fobble
fenn: did you see the xkcd about the car with too much bass?
perhaps. was there an EMP device involved?
EMC: 03cradek 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/motion/ (motion.c mot_priv.h control.c): a couple more debug floats can't hurt.
so, apparently the banana crisis was a myth. let's all take a deep breath and relax
I hear other banana models taste better anyway
huh - interesting titles to the first two papers: http://www.ce.utwente.nl/rtweb/publications/Msc_main.php?theme=FieldBusses&Startyear=2002
EMC: 03lerman 07TRUNK * 10emc2/tests/interp/flowsnake/ (README expected flowsnake.ngc test.sh test.tbl test.var): Test named owords, recursive subroutines using the flowsnake program.
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gcode/main.lyx: Turn some text references into lyx references
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gcode/ (6 files): move captions out of images. turn minipages into tables. turn some textual references into lyx references
fenn_ is now known as fenn
did anyone else get a chance to look here: http://www.ce.utwente.nl/rtweb/publications/Msc_main.php?theme=FieldBusses&Startyear=2002
there is a paper on a kernel driver for the Mesa AnythingIO cards, which provides a userspace interface to programming the cards (cat myfile.bit > /proc/blahblah/prog_fpga)
among other things
I didn't see the code on the site, though I didn't look for very long
SWPadnos: I can't find anything either
I'm looking around to see if there's an archive somwehere
there was also the RT Firewire paper, which I haven't read yet
I found it here: http://www.ce.utwente.nl/Rtweb/publications/index.php?body=student_titles&Year=2007
[21:27:55] <alex_joni> http://www.ce.utwente.nl/rtweb/people/students/images/molanus.jpg
[21:28:44] <alex_joni> http://www.ce.utwente.nl/RTweb/people/index.php?body=student_info&key=195&type=4
<- email addy
SWPadnos: some codesnip http://mail.nl.linux.org/kernelnewbies/2006-08/msg00118.html
[21:38:28] <alex_joni> http://community.qnx.com/sf/discussion/do/listPosts/projects.core_os/discussion.buildbugs.topc1519
hmmm. it looks like he only completed it in November of last year
well, I'll email him and see what happens
ok, sounds right
some more info on the driver
that's an older paper from 2004
the new one was a rewrite, so I'm not sure how relevant that one is
SWPadnos: bot use /proc/foo to update images
[21:56:04] <alex_joni> http://www.ce.utwente.nl/rtweb/research/index.php?body=embedded
<- interesting testcases
ok - the 9054 ID isn't even in the kernel pci_ids.h file, so it's sure that the driver isn't included ;)
if only I could understand one word of - err - whatever they call the language of the Netherlands :)
got a link?
yeah, the paper mover - cool
it's dutch btw..
the pdf you linked
ah, it's only the first couple of pages - phew
it's in english?
after the intro, yes
only the summary is both languages
Samenvatting means Summary :P
"The driver source coder for the Anything I/O board can be found in the CVS repository under /anything/driver/"
oh great :)
can't find anything else :/
yeah - I looked around a bit for their CVS server, but I don't know where it is
or I should say, the right CVS server ...
lots of student CVS'es