jmkasunich: if you get a chance.. Do you think I need to worry about placement?
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skunkworks: you always have to worry about placement
I agree with the poster that you need to design the critical traces first, then fit the other stuff around them
I'm not going to try to analyze your board in detail
given the space you have and the number of components (and their size), I'm not sure if I could do any better
jmkasunich: thanks. I think I just am going to give it a go as is. What the hell ;)
EMC: 03cmorley 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/hal/drivers/opto_ac5.c: fix for invert pins defaulting as true. Also meant outputs to hardware were being writteninverted. Change to ensure outputs are off when driver closes
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/libnml/posemath/sincos.c: fixes a segfault reported by Nicolas HENRY on Debian Lenny systems
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/src/libnml/posemath/sincos.c: from TRUNK: fixes a segfault reported by Nicolas HENRY on Debian Lenny systems
is there a list of error messages anywhere?
no. the error messages are scattered through the program at whatever spot the error is detected
is there any keyword that I could grep for that might find them all?
no, but there are a few terms that will lead you to most of the messages
RTAPI_MSG_ERR (errors produced by realtime components and drivers)
rcs_print_error (errors produced by motion and task mostly)
ERM SRF ERS ERP CHKS CHKF CHK CHP (errors produced by the gcode interpreter)
nf_dialog (errors produced by the axis gui)
the second item for gcode interpreter error should be ERF, not SRF.
I think that a document to exhaustive list all the possible errors is probably misguided, because it will almost always be out of date
I was thinking of some of the ones that are most confusing to a newbee
I have to go to a plant now
see you later
BigJohnT: watering job?
jepler: how's it looking for this weekend?
alex_joni: I think I'll have the time as long as we don't decide to stick more bug fixes in at the last minute
I have to remember to downgrade my amd64 machine to the older kernel so I don't make packages with an ABI problem
no side-effects from upgrading the rtai so far
* alex_joni is happy that worked out