EMC: 03chrisinnanaimo 07master * ra37b61a30f86 10/src/emc/usr_intf/pncconf/pncconf.glade: Add help window
EMC: 03chris 07master * r6e9cddd6c921 10/src/emc/rs274ngc/interp_internal.hh: Fix buffer overflow when trying to report error messages.
EMC: 03chris 07master * re29353c39c1f 10/src/emc/usr_intf/pncconf/pncconf.glade: Merge branch 'master' of ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/git/emc2
I don't understand why I keep getting these merges
I try to push, it errors because it's out of date (I guess), so I pull then push, and then I get two commits, one being a merge
shoudl I be using rebase?
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cradek_: yes, if you did a 'git rebase origin/master' after the pull, you'd end up with a linear history instead of a merge
huh, I didn't know we had M61, set current tool number
how long's that been there?
5 months ?
ugh. does the forum default to sending emails when there are replies?
SWPadnos: there's a checkbox when you submit a reply
and it defaults to on it seems
it seems ;)
haha, I like Terry's mail about tool changes and broken tools
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jepler: I guess what really does happen is a divergence and merge, since we both made separate changes based on an old version.
EMC: 03jepler 07master * r840bf51bcc90 10/configs/hm2-servo/hm2-servo.hal: Use dac scale from inifile
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * r40e00830cf13 10/tcl/bin/emccalib.tcl: paper over a problem for hm2-style inifiles where the parameter being set is the result of an inifile substitution
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * r79f87fe541c8 10/configs/hm2-servo/hm2-servo.hal: Use dac scale from inifile
sounds like quite a couple changes on 2.3
turns out I want emccalib for myself now, and used some of the "forbidden" hal syntax that broke it
but, yeah, 2.3.2 needs to be made, and soon
did seb commit the changes he meant?
some stepgen fixes for hm2
I think so -- 09ed462
I wonder if that function name stack is even used. I thought there used to be a way to get an error message showing the call stack, but I think that comes from calling Interp::stack_name, which nothing does
hmmm. is it possible (or easy enough) to add a "full file" link to the commit emails?
there is no file
sure there is: http://git.linuxcnc.org/gitweb?p=emc2.git;a=blob;f=configs/hm2-servo/hm2-servo.hal;h=149b40ce0134e8c3879ad948f5829afcebeb5312;hb=840bf51
you mean for each file that is changed?
oh, the diffs are for multiple files if necessary
not "separate" diffs like cvs had
if you follow the link in the email, each file that is changed is one only link away
yeah, that's how I got that blob link :)
that's fine, thanks
heh, seems les wants to shoot jepler
otoh, I must wonder how hard it is to remember that s stands for status, and c for commands
jepler: "Two hours learning Axis and Python, 10 minutes of actual coding. I have to say, Axis is not the easiest piece of code to understand. Whoever decided to use single letters for important variables should have been shot. c.auto(emc.AUTO_PAUSE) is not nearly as easy to follow as something like emcCmd.auto(emc.AUTO_PAUSE)."
anyone who can add a feature to an unfamiliar piece of software in 2h10 is doing great
That would be a great reply :)
alex_joni: hmm .. it's just as well I missed that message the first time
it's not enough that I wrote you AXIS? I have to write it in the coding style you prefer, too?
maybe you should point to sed ;)
We should arrange for him to be shot at the next Fest. (By then, he'll probably be finished with the next set of features we'd like.) :-) :-)
wait - you guys can do that? (I don't know if I should come anymore...)
nah, actually I'll be just 5% done with the AXIS replacement that will be written in C# and nice and modular and with a screen designer to make it easy for beginning novices to modify.
By that time, what's his name will have rewritten axis anyway.
Drat. You beat me to it.
wtf.. bucket-printer anyone? http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=118&modelid=17141
that's pretty special
someone should make a combination printer/shredder. if you don't pick up your printout in five minutes, it shreds it
cradek: maybe scanner/shredder ?
I thought it was a printer to print on buckets :(
jepler: we will be needing a video. :)
skunkworks_: of zenbot? not much to see.
jepler: anything servo is cool though...
I think so anyway
you'll have to make do with the pictures for now
pictures are cooler
alex_joni: does it do you any good to see a quarter next to the motor mount, to understand how big it is?
(or, in this case, how small..)
I think I got a sense from the overall machine size
and from the motor size
and from the screw sizes ;)
otoh, I only somehow know how big a quarter is ;)
how about a 50 groszy coin?
looks like a 1 złoty coin is closer in size to the US quarter
23mm vs 24.26mm
I was just guessing as I didn't have a quarter in my pocket :)
me either, but I do have wikipedia
* BJT-Work wanders back to the mill to make chips or sparks whatever comes first
I couldn't find the quarter on wikipedia
my favorite wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lists_of_lists
EMC: 03cradek 07master * r0901fd6ffc09 10/src/emc/rs274ngc/rs274ngc_pre.cc: Use the new define for the stack length
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * rb6ebdea90852 10/src/ (configure configure.in): fix './configure.lineno: 6816: source: not found'
EMC: 03chris 07v2_3_branch * r4048fa9d1c16 10/src/ (configure configure.in): make sure python-tcl and tcl versions match
EMC: 03jepler 07master * reaa34efb63ca 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/ioport.c: allow all pins, including special-purpose output pins, to be read as inputs
now what's weird is that it looks like cradek just made a checkin in v2_3_branch, but he didn't..
was that yours?
oh - did you backport something of his?
Author: Chris Radek <email@example.com> 2009-05-22 15:35:31
Committer: Jeff Epler <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2009-06-22 15:46:33
SWPadnos: yes, I cherry-picked a commit that says it was authored by chris
oh, so it's a feature
(I think it turns out I'm the one who actually wrote it, but whatever..)
(it was part of the 9.04-related fixes at fest)
oh - I wanted to ask about the commit from chris morley (I think) that had "chrisinnanaimo" as the author
that's his email addy
from the commit
it wasn't on the other commits done at that time
probably didn't set up the user on that machine
oh, I guess that's because it was another chris :)
the others were by cradek
what's the question?
the confusing thing here is that cradek puts something other than "cradek" before the @ in his e-mail address
yes, that is confusing
I don't like it, but I also don't know what to do
you have to guess an author for CIA somehow
just imagine if we all insisted on using email@example.com ...
"My Long Name (is really long)" <slightly.shorter.version@my_unique_and_nearly_too_long_for_RFC_compliance.sillydomainnames.com>
* alex_joni uses firstname.lastname@example.org
maybe I should send the committer's login, instead of a guess at the author's name, to cia
yeah, I should
oh, if that's possible then that gets my vote
(if we're voting :)
probably -- the committer is who you need to talk to about WTF WTF WTF
that's usually consistent with SF devel names too
hey cool, NewEgg has a couple of those 6-core Opterons now
well, if I can write one line of perl correctly, that is
no small task
* BigJohnT wonders if it would be better to open up all the dev docs and save them just to get that out of the way so the commits don't have so much stuff in them???
if you're updating to a later version of Lyx, then you absolutely should do that
BigJohnT: yes, if you can put all those useless changes in one single big commit, I'm all for it
separate from any real changes to the docs
consider it done
EMC: 07master * r8779be8d6923 10/src/emc/nml_intf/emc.hh: Remove unused definitions
cradek: you need to reconsider that line :D
it's close, you have to admit.
micges broke it
heh git is easy :)
... to break
getting two lines right has about 1/4 the probability
good night Alex
cradek: any ideas for fixing las G64 bug?
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07master * r274bc6f02b74 10/docs/src/ (72 files in 13 dirs): Convert Documents to LYX 1.5.3
* BigJohnT likes git
is there a "sets" HAL command?
yes, for signals with no writers
ok, I saw it in a hm2 hal file and was wondering
hmm that's weird usage
the sets there is unneeded
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_3_branch * rd237f7f6b1f7 10/docs/src/config/ini_config.lyx: Add Lathe ini settings
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_3_branch * r3196e5b74993 10/docs/src/hal/rtcomps.lyx: Fix typo in stepgen example
I was wondering why Seb did that?
I think he wants to be really sure that the enable is false before he connects it to the pwmgen enable
using sets can be useful if you want to set a lot of pins to the same value
but that's obviously not the reason he used it :)
when you create a signal bit it defaults to false right?
I think it defaults to 0
which is probably false, but I don't know
I just created one and it came up false in show hal config
how do you sets multiple signals?
it doesn't say in the man page
I'm not sure SWPadnos' idea makes much sense, but I'm thinking he means to hook them all to one signal, then sets the signal
for manual testing, it's great
hook up a bunch of enables and 'sets' them all at the same time
it's like command-line pyvcp :)
wow 72 files changed 31142 insertions 20040 deletions
BigJohnT is clearly the winner of the day
I better do my George Jetson excercise now on my button pushing finger
oops-- did I check in a broken configure script?!
EMC: 03jepler 07v2_3_branch * r60aac2b31110 10/src/configure: rebuild
* BigJohnT wanders off to wait for the neighbor to come and as for my backhoe key :)
jepler: I hope les never sees my kinematics module - he would use artillery :)
BigJohnT: the doc building process for the website completed fine after your change
how's it working by now?