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for component 'edge', hal show param lists more params than the source. i am running halcmd from a rip after '. scripts/emc-environment' . am i running some other code than whats in the src dir?
i cannot change the pulse width setp edge.0.out-width-ns 1 shows same halscope trace as setp edge.0.out-width-ns 1000
tom3p: no output pulse can be smaller than the period of the thread that creates it
is that true with doublestep or whatever stepgen does now?
EMC: 03jthornton 07master * rf0b1d1082646 10/docs/src/config/stepconf.lyx: Add info on min screen resolution for Stepconf
in dev you can use either the port number or the hex address with hal_paraport?
* jthornton heads up to shower be back in a bit
skunkworks: you're right that I wasn't thinking about doublestep (parport reset) but tom3p was talking about observing the trace in halscope
jthornton: any luck with that last night?
jthornton: yes basically
[14:06:03] <jepler> http://mid.gmane.org/20090921021702.GA19990@unpythonic.net
alex_joni: I just looked at it for a moment this morning
* jthornton heads off to work now
EMC: 03jthornton 07master * r9e95ce54e0ee 10/docs/src/hal/drivers.lyx: Add info about using port numbers with hal_paraport
weird -- on those last two commits, lyx added an extra "author" line
oh huh. I had noticed that, but missed that it was an additional line. I thought there was some difference I couldn't see or something
anyone speak gherkin? http://wiki.github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/gherkin
When I start a newprogramm a Emc crashes with following error.greetings from Italy
don't think I've seen that error before :D
it took me a minute, but now I understand
EMC: 03seb 073x20 * re5b75002392f 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/firmware/src/regmap: switch from dos to unix line endings
EMC: 03seb 073x20 * r31b8b22b6af5 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/firmware/src/regmap: better PD description
wow, the 3x20 looks cool
(ow, not cheap though)
looks like it gives the equivalent of 6 of the usual IO cables (2 x 5i20)
yeah, I think that's right
I guess maybe 377 is not that high then
(can anyone see 377 and not think octal?)
you also need a 6i68 or 7i68 to interface with the standard 50-pin connectors .. and a machine with PCIE, which I suppose is any recent PC
heh, I'm sure I don't have a single one at home...
that's the same as what I said, right?
most of mine do have AGP slots though, virtually all have PCI :-)
if pcw was only making stuff I'd buy, he'd be out of business...
I'm glad he's keeping current
looks like my last two motherboards (2007, 2009) both have PCI Express slots
jepler: Mine have 8bit ISA =)
model name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz
^ my newest machine, I think
pretty sure it's still agp
do mboards have more than one pcie now? I thought that was for video cards.
hey I bet I could ask the internet that...
Yeah, PCIe x16 is usually video, but there an also be PCIe x 8
usually around 4-6, with some mix of 16, 4, and 1 lane slots
I haven't seen an 8-lane slot, usually they use a 16-lane slot with only 8 lanes electrically connected
is params to pin conversion is still acceptable in all *.comp files?
my recollection of our last discussion is that it had to be on a case-by-case basis; the actual code has to be considered
I think we discussed some components which (sometimes) set values of parameters, e.g., to restrict them to a certain rainge. This is an example of a parameter that can't be changed to an in pin
EMC: 03seb 073x20 * r240e49ef9f9b 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/hostmot2.c: fix a silly mistake in a sanity check
EMC: 03seb 073x20 * r5a28f71355c1 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/firmware/src/regmap: fix an off-by-one error in the docs
oh this is great -- it's now possible for anonymous people to bitch about your sf project right on its main page. http://sourceforge.net/projects/tboot/
you can log in to rate the review
fucking web 2.0
when will this blow over??
I looked around in admin settings and I don't see a way to disable that particular feature
is there any documentation for how the source tree is arranged ?
(and if there is, it's out of date)
i have no knowledge about the working of mechanical devices. a c programmer
how can i get started with contribution ?
there are some hints here: http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?Git#Share_your_changes_with_others
okay will have a look and get back
that's how to contribute, not what -- what is generally determined by the contributor's interests and more specifically what s/he wants EMC to do that it doesn't already do
(I'm not sure which question tush was asking)
hit and run!
I'm glad tush was in here as well as on #emc - I was annoyed that the only answer (s)he got there was a sarcastic one from MattyMatt
oh I didn't see that at all
welllll I kind of agree - I thought it was an odd first question too
but whatever, I kept the snide a lot lower
there was a tree of sorts at one point, but I'm not sure how informative it is
yeah that kind of "documentation" is just stupid
THE DIRS ARE LIKE THIS: $(find . -type d)
THERE ARE SOME FILES TOO: $(find . -type f|sort)
well, yes and no - I think it had comments like "kernel modules" and "interpreter code"
added to the dir listing :)
sorry, my snide is coming out
it's OK - I'm mostly immune
only mostly? we'll have to work on toughening you up
hey - I have the flu
that reduces immunity to other things
and it's your own fault for being so thin-skinned
(sorry to hear that, actually)
I may be getting over it, but I would have been smarter to have stayed in bed again today
SWPadnos: H1N1 or not ? My brother in law has had the H1N1 along with his son already.. no hospitals required just drugs
it seems like it's hard to tell the difference without a doctor's help
Might be ... I know it was bad enough for him to go to the doc pretty fast..
I hope you get well quickly - that H1N1 is pretty nasty I was told.
whatever it is, I've had it since Sunday
sounds like there's a lot of flu going on this year
not just H1N1