and a minor one: http://www.panix.com/~dgarrett/stuff/0001-remove-unused-define-and-note-RS274NGC_MIN_ERROR-i.patch
dgarr: whoah - looks like that was a tough one
i've been looking for it for a while -- thought it was a gui problem
EMC: 03cradek 07master * r130a25290f3c 10/src/emc/rs274ngc/rs274ngc_pre.cc: Remove skipping_to_sub flag after encountering subroutine error
you find (and fix) some doozies
thanks -- this one was a nuisance since my subroutines are sometimes buggy
it's too bad i don't know python or c++
same here (haha)
EMC: 03cradek 07master * raa3a5742c240 10/src/emc/rs274ngc/gcodemodule.cc: remove unused #define (and note RS274NGC_MIN_ERROR is not defined)
IMO it's no big deal to pick up enough to do basic stuff
we don't have any gratuitously complex C++
python's pretty readable and the tutorial is plenty to get started
(besides, you can always ask here for pointers when you're working on emc stuff - I sure do)
yeah -- i usually just learn enough to get by, i don't read oo stuff very well
me too, 100%
oo is just a fad :-)
sometimes i think its a solution looking for a problem
for Y10K they'll thaw and revive all of us C programmers...
was just reading this thread today: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/57918
btw, I think it's great how you put "here is the thing this fixes" in the log message
we should all remember to answer "why did I make this change?" in log messages
many people think they should write WHAT they did in the log message - wrong
good point. i read that post, didn't realize the author till the end:) he's quite a guy
i don't think the world understands the organizational acumen of the opensource innovators
we have organization?
well, a lot gets done somehow -- how it works without a conventional hierachy is pretty interesting to me
the meritocracy works I guess
EMC: 03cmorley 07master * r4bb2607560d9 10/src/emc/usr_intf/pncconf/ (pncconf.glade pncconf.py): Locale work, fix tests to look for 2nd mesa page. and
EMC: 03cmorley 07master * r58b5f5c329e5 10/src/emc/usr_intf/pncconf/pncconf.glade: add signal callback names for tune test
hi. how one makes rs274_err.mo file?
does M62-65 have analog like M66?
a look at the git changelogs suggest M67 and M68 have something to do with analog outputs, added in July by micges on master
Add M67/M68 Enn Qnn - set analog output
- M67 Enn Qnn - set MOTION AIO (E - index, Q - value)
- M68 Enn Qnn - set AUX AIO (E - index, Q - value)
I dunno if that is done, or partially done, but it looks like you can test pretty easily
and it beats me why there are two kinds
thanks for checking on that jepler
M67 and M68! they are not even in the manual :)
m68 does something for me, m67 doesn't
if they are like 62-65, then you probably need a g0x for m67 to do something
what does key=SHMEM_KEY in motmod do?
jthornton: it uses a certain key for the shared memory
so that task and motion speak the same language
they always used the same key so that's gone now (not really usefull)
so you don't need it?
it's been deleted from the configs in master
I can delete that from the dev manual then