what does /docs/src/docs.xml do?
dang internet is lumpy this morning
that file gets parsed and converted to the index html
BigJohnT: this file: http://www.linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/
docs/src/index.tmpl matches that page
but docs.xml does not match...
I added getting started to index.tmpl and it showed up after a while :)
but did not change docs.xml so that got me wondering what it did...
there is quite a few lines like this in the submakefile
$(DOC_TARGETS_HTML_EN): $(DOC_DIR)/html/%.html: objects/%.xml objects/xref.xml $(DOC_SRCDIR)/l2h.xsl $(DOC_SRCDIR)/docs.xml $(DOC_SRCDIR)/terms.xml
alex_joni: should docs.xml match index.tmpl ?
docs.xml is used to create the "previous" and "next" buttons at the top of each individual html document. it should generally match the order of the index.tmpl
ok, thanks jepler
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gui/axis.lyx: fixed Unrecognized layout class: Paragraph warning
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ (README docs.xml index.tmpl): fix index
Roguish_ is now known as Roguish
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/halshow.lyx: add how you find it
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/halshow.lyx: add how you find it
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/gui/axis.lyx: added menu descriptions
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gui/axis.lyx: added a note to myself
* alex_joni tries a dist-upgrade from dapper to hardy
let me know how that goes - I've been considering it
I'll do it on a virtual machine :)
what is the worst that can happen? ;)
installing a fresh dapper
skunkworks: s/worst/most likely/
it won't boot :)
installing dapper now :)
wonder how well a vmware server on the guest inside a vmware server would run
whee.. done :)
some programs take longer to install on windows :D
hmm.. 161 updates, maybe it's time for a new dapper live cd soon
openoffice has ~60MB of updates
make that 70
alex_joni: I don't understand your fix http://cvs.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/emc2/src/emc/task/emccanon.cc.diff?r1=1.139;r2=1.140
but it does introduce a bug where I get stuck in feed per rev g95 and a switch back to g94 is ignored
this was to fix the G33 without F-word
for that move you don't need vel && acc to put the move on the interp_list
if vel && acc are not set, the G33 just gets skipped
you probably need to play with old_feed_mode
what is the old_feed_mode stuff for?
the added feed_mode=1 is probably the messup
the (static global) old_feed_mode is not used?
hmm, you're probably right
it is in STOP_FEED_SYNCH()
seems like it should be a one line fix at line 806?
I think feed_mode wasn't always set when it should have been
that's why I added the old_feed_mode
but I didn't test g95/94
this is one of these pieces of saved state that always makes bugs that I was grumping about the other day
right, I agree :/
cradek: having fun?
192 packages to remove, 511 new packages to install, 882 packages to upgrade
download: 764M (54 minutes)
skunkworks: until my g83 f3 fed at 3 inches/rev instead of 3 inches/minute!
did it ferror at least?
fortunately, you CAN drill air that fast without breaking anything
no it just drilled at the rapid speed
cradek: you sure know how to test things ;)
if you mean I'm good at finding bugs and then complaining, I agree
the upgrade from dapper to hardy removes custom repos during the process, so I should end up with a emc2-free hardy afterwards
eh - collaborate..
but at ~800MB download I think it's easier to just pick the hardy CD
cradek: if you find it hard to fix, just take it out
I'm sure the G33 is a way less serious problem than the one you found
I will try to fix both
heh, I appreciate you said both not all :)
EMC: 03cradek 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/task/emccanon.cc:
EMC: the previous version messed up feed_mode which caused you to get stuck
EMC: in G95. I think this is the way he meant to fix the 'G33 without F'
was that fix put into 2.2?
no, 2.2 never even had the bug
odd, I know I saw it on my shoptask
might have been running a trunk checkout that time
or maybe I am wrong.
if I wasn't in the middle of ruining pieces of metal, I'd test it
I tried the original bug in sim/lathe and it's fixed
the rest is not so easy to exhaustively test
I mean a 2.2 test - I don't doubt your trunk fix
you're very generous then
well, I assumed you tested for the presence of the orginal bug, and the new bug that the fix caused
true, I did
have I ever mentioned how much I hate mm
I tried to reshape a mystery-box boring bar and the grinding wheel ground instead of the boring bar grinding
even with G21, and with the ability to set the axis display to mm, it doesn't fix my micrometer
I have a 1" and a 20mm micrometer, but get over that and I'm in trouble
working to 0.01mm is just as hard as working to 0.0003
can't seem to get the tool touched off properly - every time it cuts a little less than the last time (or so it seems)
the units just make it more confusing
collet for that fast bosch spindle
I'm trying to get the critical straight section right - I want to get it maybe a thou (of an inch) oversize and then polish it down
I haven't even started the threading part yet
dang, my enco code expired today
what was it good for?
free shipping in august
yes I think so
I figured out one of those early in the month - there is an algorithm that gets you down to something like 26 choices
unfortunately I can't find the formula again
cradek: that looks good
still 24 minutes to go on the installing upgrades :)
well, got the diameter right - let's see if I can ruin it while threading
yes I want some 1" copper rod. no I don't want 6' of it ($223)
what do you need 1" copper rod for?
it has many health benefits
how long do you need?
where do you stick it?
err.. did I say that out loud?
6" piece is $21.12 at metal express
aha, that's more like it
for the whole world to see alex_joni
what's it good for?
* alex_joni has a word with the logger_dev
note that metal express is even cheaper if you _do_ want 6' = $171
they are usually my first choice for metal
they are cheaper than enco for aluminum too (but barely)
if you are buying a significant amount, free shipping from enco might tip the balance
copper sucks to machine
what grade copper are you looking for cradek ?
145 machines nice :)
looks like 110 is my only choice at this supplier
110 does not machine too well too gummy
it's $50/foot for 145 at mcmaster carr
he hasn't said whether he wants a half-inch, or a foot or so
what are you making
a foot would be nice
can someone remind me why I need KochiGotich and KochiMincho and Batang?
I have no idea what those are
guessing fonts tho
yeah, me too
ubuntu has about 23000 fonts
I know kochi* are japanese
ttf-telugu-fonts, ttf-tamil-fonts, etc
cradek: might be, but I certainly don't plan to read/write japanese
ubuntu is linux for people - everywhere - they install a bazillion fonts by default rather than assuming you use us/eu characters
well, I did specify what fonts/characters I use during the installer
(but this is probably OT)
hmm.. after rebooting it picked 2.6.15-magma as the kernel
oddly enough it works
running 2.6.15-magma with hardy
the usplash mod from dapper doesn't work anymore, I get some "nice" boot graphics: http://imagebin.org/25500
ok, installing emc2 using the install script pulls in the kernel, and what else is needed
and emc2 runs quite nicely too
so I guess what I'm saying is that it updated nicely, but I still had to do some intervention to get emc2 (nothing that a user can't handle though)
otoh ~800MB updates means starting with a livecd is about the same effort
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/usr_intf/axis/etc/axis_big_dro: the incantation changed (why?)
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/html/gcode_fr.html: french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ (8 files): french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/common/ (Getting_EMC_fr.lyx Linux_FAQ_fr.lyx integrator_intro_fr.lyx): french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/config/ (4 files): french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gcode/ (coordinates_fr.lyx main_fr.lyx tool_compensation_fr.lyx): french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gui/ (axis_fr.lyx image-to-gcode_fr.lyx): french translation update end cleaning
EMC: 03tissf 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/intro_fr.lyx: french translation update end cleaning