micges: something that im building
Are there issues with changing the default values of ClassicLadder? The manual's loadrt classicladder_rt with arguments does not seem to be working for me, it errors out. It works fine with no arguments. Any advice?
Oops wrong channel, sorry
KimK: what's the error?
most likely there's a typo in the param names
alex_joni: I've tried some of them one at a time, I can only get the no arguments version to work. I'll go back and get the error. I got the names from the Integrators Manual and the LinuxCNC docs, has anything changed?
OK, I started again with one argument but I ran it from the command line to get better errors for you, normally I just click the shortcut. Anyway, it worked with one arg, so I put in a bunch and it failed, then I reduced to this: loadrt classicladder_rt numRungs=100 numBits=20 numWords=20 numPhysInputs=15 numPhysOuputs=15 and got this error: insmod: error inserting '/usr/realtime-2.6.24-16-rtai/modules/emc2/classicladder_rt.ko': -1 Unknown symbol in mod
ule kasuga-01.hal:76: exit value: 1 kasuga-01.hal:76: insmod failed, returned -1
probably one of the names ain't right :)
Line 76 is where the "classicladder_rt" command is
you have a typo there
numPhysOutputs not numPhysOuputs
OK, thanks, I'll check them all again more carefully. I'll try again with just numPhysInputs=nn and numPhysOuputs=nn, those were the ones I really wanted to increase. That was supposed to be a copy-and-paste from the manual, thanks again for your help
Outputs not Ouputs
there's a *t* in there
alex_joni: I want to change default path control mode, I must change it in canon only ?
I think the default gets called from the Interp::Init
but I could be wrong
(or maybe in Sync)
check in rs275ngc if there are any calls to SET_MOTION_CONTROL_MODE
alex_joni: what do you think about definable default path control mode ?
I don't have anything against it.. although you can use RS274NGC_STARTUP_CODE for that
micges: I think it gets only set from canon, and when the interp. finds G61/64
but after error mode resets to G64 regardless of RS274NGC_STARTUP_CODE
that's not right
after error the interp should synch (in Interp::synch() )
and it sets: _setup.control_mode = GET_EXTERNAL_MOTION_CONTROL_MODE();
which gets the current mode from canon
I would add some printf's to debug this
but maybe interp & canon don't reset the control mode, and motion does
and canon simply doesn't send the new mdoe
ok I know where to look at, thanks
I see in tpClear():
tp->termCond = TC_TERM_COND_BLEND;
yes I see it
so could be that after error canon mode != tp mode
what I would do is make a call in interp on synch()
to SET_MOTION_CONTROL_MODE() to the value from GET_EXTERNAL_MOTION_CONTROL_MODE()
alex_joni: If it solve problem of resetting mode after error, I can commit it?
I don't see anything that would speak against it
but make a changelog entry that states what changed (in this case the behaviour changed from wrong to right..)
now I'm test it
micges1 is now known as micges_emc
alex_joni: is there an easy way to cvs checkout snapshot from let say week ago ?
nm (try first, ask then)
or was it -D ?
yes it is -D
cvs up -D last week
-D works on diff too
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ladder/classic_ladder.lyx: clear up the difference between scan time and update time I hope
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_3_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/ladder/classic_ladder.lyx: clear up the difference between scan time and update time I hope
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/emc/rs274ngc/ (interp_read.cc rs274ngc_return.hh): improve 'parameter not defined' errors by showing the parameter name
do we really have 637 skunkworkses? that's a little scary.
cradek: thanks for the info on the nc400's yesterday
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oh did I say something useful?
I linked to the picture of the nc400 amps the guy on cnczone has.
yes - you said something useful ;)
do those take +/-10 or pwm?
they didn't have PWM back in those days :)
oh they did too. ;)
well it probably wasn't very good then
you probably had to turn a crank
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[13:22:01] <skunkworks_> http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showthread.php?p=624333#post624333
jmk's site is down
it's hosted at home, and he's timed out from here as well
so I'm betting there's a problem at home
alex_joni: your suggestion for fixing my path mode error was correct
alex_joni: I'm going to commit this fix this evening
cradek: somehow got to you clock page again. Very neat. We came across some nixi tubes in cleaning up :)
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micges: whee.. cool
g91 g93 / g1 x0 f1
this should either be an error, or it should dwell for 1 minute