a minor patch: http://www.panix.com/~dgarrett/stuff/0001-fix-typos-on-interp-messages.patch
Guest450 is now known as skunkworks
EMC: 03cradek 07master * ra2312080c4c3 10/src/emc/iotask/ioControl.cc: Fix bogus prep when encountering Tn when n is already the loaded tool
EMC: 03cradek 07master * r3ff82254970c 10/src/emc/iotask/ioControl.cc: Merge branch 'toolchange-fixes'
EMC: 03cradek 07master * rb3a24b70a03d 10/src/emc/iotask/ioControl.cc: on nonrandom, eliminate tool load if that tool is already loaded
EMC: 03cradek 07v2.4_branch * r5519ebb239cc 10/src/emc/iotask/ioControl.cc: Merge branch 'toolchange-fixes' into v2.4_branch
cradek: you're now officially the expert on using merges to put a change on 2.4 and master
it's not hard, because I understand it, but it seems like a lot of steps
cradek: what is the motor on your lathe? is it this? http://electronicsam.com/images/KandT/conversion/yservomaybe.JPG
no, it's just a 3ph single speed ac motor
ah - ok
the specs on this thing are vauge.. We are thinking of using it for the y axis servo as it has a brake. (and is big enough if it works)
sure looks promising
I'm struggling to come up with something that might be in lb-in-sec2. do you know what Ja is?
that is a crapload of current
> 100 kW
the internet suggests Jx stanrds for "moment of inertia of mass x", but that doesn't say what a is. armature?
yep I bet so
low armature mass means better acceleration
what are the units of torque? lb*ft*force?
length * force
(like a newton-meter)
well technically length * force, but in the US we use length * weight
here, ft lb is a torque
that's only because we confuse weight with the force of that weight in a 1G gravity well :)
of course we do, we're here aren't we?
yes. who are we?
hehe.. gravity is not the same all over the planet...
[19:44:30] <ries> http://www.treehugger.com/earth-gravity-map.jpg
I think some dutchies launched a satellite and mapped it last year
sorry - was away. I assume the 242 is in-lbs - that comes out to around 20 ft-lbs cont.
I figured the jx... rating was an inertia rating also.
I like the max pulse amp rating..
I might just have to hook it up and measure it.
You can make the "start by stepping" bug much more obvious by specifying [TASK]INTERP_MAX_LEN=10
* alex_joni looks the other way
I was just going to go do something else, sorry
but seriously - I didn't know you could shorten the interplist - that'll help make it less tedious to work on
I only recall it because I recently read all the commits
I still think we should just ditch the interplist (but sadly not for 2.4 of course)
long ago axis just disabled the step button when the program wasn't running (so you couldn't start with step)
we should just put that back for 2.4..
I doubt that fixes it
I bet stepping from an M0 in the program would do it too
ctags-exuberant: Warning: ignoring null tag in emc/usr_intf/touchy/touchy.py
I don't get that...?
I don't think I have any local edits left in that file
it's readahead_waiting that calls emcTaskPlanClose when the initial interp list empties
I don't think I've tried to fix the step-from-start bug before, so here's my effort: http://emergent.unpy.net/files/sandbox/0001-make-step-from-start-run-pause-not-run-step-pause.patch
jepler: tried the usual cases?
only a little bit
stop, step.. continue, pause, step ?
I guess I misunderstood how this works
I thought that I got to claim I fixed it, and then someone else would figure out how it didn't work
now you say I have to figure out whether it works?
well, at least feel confident it works ;)
[22:19:37] <alex_joni> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=1680007&group_id=6744&atid=106744
I'd try that, if I had an emc2 running around here
Hey Guys, I have a git question...
I made modifications to the axis cide and wanting to create a patch, would it be fine if I compile/run the code from git?
or should I do it differently? what I am trying to understand is, if I create a patch, would it also contain all other files the are created during compilation or just the modified code?
ries: when you use git format-patch, you get a patch that when applied gives exactly your commit (code changes, log messages, authorship)
I hate to bug you again... trying prepare a patch, I need to patch against 2.5 pre, right?
if you did a git clone, you're on the master branch by default. you'd do 'git format-patch origin/master' to get patches for all commits you've made.
bbl, hope you get it
I will get there...