wouldn't be so bad if it didn't break non-nurbs programs
EMC: 03cradek 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/rs274ngc/interp_check.cc: clarify this error, and fix the cases, such as G0 G53 X0, where it was mistakenly triggered.
anyone here at the moment who is planning to go to wichita?
ISTR stuart said fest was from 5/21 thru 5/27
trying to decide what flight I should take
I think I requested vacation 5/21 through 5/28, so planning to drive on the 21st and 28th
so you'll get there mid to late on the 21st, and leave 27th am
leave 28th AM
my fingers didn't type what my brain thought
unless it's dead, in which case I would drive back on the 27th and then rest up for a day
ingrid is listing last year's leaves on freecycle and craiglist
apparently they had a whole bunch delivered to one of the community gardens, and can't use it all
I'm leaning toward a flight that leaves here a 9am, gets to KC a bit after 10, by the time I do the car rental and drive I'd probably arrive mid to late afternoon on the 21st
flying back the time change is against me - I could leave wichita at 2ish, fly from KC at 6 and get home at 9:30, or leave wichita in the morning, fly at 3 and get home at 6:30
either way, the 27th would be mostly travel
I like getting home early enough that I don't immediately go to bed
.. but 9:30, that's no problem for you
for me, 9:30 is that early
but it would be nice to get home when its still light
take the dog out (he will be getting only short visits from the dogsitter while I'm gone)
also I have no hotel reservations yet
I suppose I should make some soon, but I have no idea where others are planning to stay
been waiting to hear from stuart about cheap flophouses
well, got a plane ticket, now I need a car
jepler: what was the car rental search engine you used the other day?
jmkasunich: the company is called "rent a wreck"
I haven't used them, but Ingrid has
the cars aren't as bad as the name sounds
I must be thinking of something else
a site that searches multiple rental companies for the best price
kayak.com searches cars
that was it, thanks
amazing the games they play
fees and taxes approaching 50% of the total
sucks to be a customer
I told kayak to check 3 sites
2 came up with very similar numbers - 250ish with all fees, etc
priceline was over 300
[02:20:24] <jmkasunich> http://www.travelpost.com/hotels/Econo_Lodge_Inn_Suites_Airport/hid15497p1/#review-section
I think I'll pass on that one
most hotels have one or two bad reviews, but there is certainly a pattern there
[02:28:37] <jmkasunich> http://www.kayak.com/wichita-hotels.cambridge-suites-wichita-downtown.18682.ksp
^^^ looks interesting
alex_joni: my isp failed yesterday :|
these buttons are options from preview tool bar, if you want to know :)
ah .. ok
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * 10emc2/src/hal/user_comps/devices/hal_joystick.c: calling hal_ready results in the error 'HAL: ERROR: pin_new called after hal_ready'. remove the call.
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * 10emc2/debian/changelog: note changes
EMC: 03alex_joni 07TRUNK * 10emc2/tcl/show_errors.tcl: change order of displayed error messages, users have a hard time reading through all of dmesg
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/tcl/show_errors.tcl: use the string shown by 2.6.24-16-rtai to limit the start of dmesg
does that work on other kernels?
ah.. it changed from Adeos to Ipipe around 2.6.16
jepler: I think these 2 changes might be really useful in 2.3
[12:57:02] <jepler> http://pastebin.ca/1400848
looks like I never bothered to update that regular expression even though it's been wrong for 2 years
BJT-Work: for your running average, consider using the lowpass filter component instead
ok, thanks cradek
I bet that error will be much better with the new regexp!
what is regexp?
BJT-Work: a way of specifying patterns to match in text
regular expression: a way to specify arbitrary text matches
it is short for 'regular expression' but that doesn't explain much
* BJT-Work understands lowpass now :)
redneck power vise http://imagebin.ca/view/O1tL5C.html
BJT-Work: I'm tempted to make a similar power knee
that would be even better
3 more minutes for the 2.3 LiveCD to download
did you start it last week? ;) oh - your at work
super high speed here when it is not borked
heh - usually takes me about 30 min at work. not the fastest connnection
took 20-30 minutes here was busy at the mill so don't know for sure
BJT-Work: hope you got aj12 to test
burn the lightscribe label now
alex_joni: what give s the name aj12?
it's the version number
the latest official CD was aj07
took a few tries to get it right?
now I got a pretty useable at aj10, but it didn't have firmwares on it
and aj12 should be ok :)
[16:21:18] <alex_joni> http://www.linuxcnc.org/hardy/ubuntu-8.04-desktop-emc2-aj12-i386.iso
<- this one
yes I got aj12 :)
mmm hot wings for lunch
BJT-Work_ is now known as BJT-Work
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/comp.lyx:
EMC: try to better spell out what the 'license' statement is for, and how a license statement looks.
EMC: add license statements in several places.
EMC: general markup fixes.
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/comp.lyx: merge from branch
[18:40:40] <micges> http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?RackToolChanger
-//static iocontrol_struct *iocontrol_data;
+//static iocontrol_struct *iocontrol_data;
you should fix your text editor so it doesn't introduce spurious whitespace changes like these
jepler: I forgot about spaces stripping
the tools can only be in one row along X?
only in row was tested
but prepared for Y too
I agree it would be nice if you could regenerate the patch so it is clean. It is hard to tell what is changed in this patch.
what are the SET_LOCK and SET_FLUSH nml messages?
these are for locking tool and flushing tool holders hal signals settings
only way I saw that emccanon know when enable/disable those signals
SET_LOCK = 1 then tool was released
when FLUSH was 1 pneumatic holder cleaning was enabled
so they are signals to perform specific steps of the tool change operation on your machine
[18:53:07] <jepler> http://emergent.unpy.net/files/sandbox/rack_tool_spacefix.patch
jepler: I dont see that cvs have that options (ignore blanks)
micges: the problem is your editor which makes those changes, not cvs
micges: what did you use to edit the files?
I know a few tricks to fix bad patches like that, but best is to fix your editor
because when you check it in, it will have all those junk whitespace changes even if you can figure out a way to make diff not show them
micges: ok, thanks for the warning :-)
I'll check geany's options
in the case of the one change I looked at closely, the change seemed to be the removal of whitespace that was at the end of the line in the original file
so look for an option like "remove trailing whitespace" and turn it off
ok found it
my impression is that the code is pretty specific to one machine, but for someone who can program it would be a decent starting point to support a different specific machine..
jepler: that is the point
and when we have a few machine specific implementations we can write one universal approach to tool changer problem(s)
seb_kuzminsky: it's been flaky for me this afternoon