in 2.4 branch: right click on Axis gcode preview allow to send run command even in estop state, this patch fix it: http://pastebin.com/2UDL4sv7
micges: please push
well actually .. won't that change it from showing an error message to silently doing nothing?
the option will still appear in the menu, but choosing it will do nothing
that kind of opens up a fundamental question: to what extent should the user interface pretend that EMC2 doesn't really have different modes of operation?
AXIS hides some stuff by automatically switching between auto/manual/MDI
should the "machine on/machine off" thing be hidden as well?
(personally, I don't think so)
second attempt: http://pastebin.com/pYui2Lnn
run from here is grayed when emc is disabled
[14:37:51] <jepler> http://emergent.unpy.net/files/sandbox/0001-grey-out-run-from-here-when-running-is-sure-to-fail.patch
well micges wins for writing simpler code
I think the first change (of select_run_from) becomes unneeded when the second change (grey out menu entry) is made.
if you gray out the menu item, do you still need to protect the execute call?
yes it works
then push just the change
+ if not manual_ok():
+ rmenu.entryconfigure(2, state = 'disabled')
yes I'm doing it
* jepler is off to find some breakfast (and coffee)
EMC: 03micges 07v2.4_branch * r51aeaaaf830e 10/src/emc/usr_intf/axis/scripts/axis.py: axis: gray out 'run from here' on right click menu when emc is not enabled
jepler: I've untracked file in 2.4 : #docs/man/man9/bldc_hall3.9
but I've added it to gitcore in master
but I've added it to .gitignore in master
if I fix it in 2.4 does it makes any conflict when merging 2.4 to master?
micges: it will probably be an easy conflict to resolve.
EMC: 03micges 07v2.4_branch * rbf0cccc8078c 10/docs/man/man9/.gitignore: add bldc_hall3.9 to .gitignore
hi how is the status to G12-G13
im on 2.4.3 it says error G word
no idea what g12-g13 is
not in my fanuc 10 manual
somebody wrote this on the wiki: http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/emcinfo.pl?G12-13
suggesting it's from haas. It's not implemented in any version of emc2, though.
G12/G13 subunits are alpha units of heterotrimeric G proteins that regulate cell processes through the use of guanine nucleotide exchange factors.
that doesn't seem right
yeah, I bet jeff's was right
the Fanuc 16i/160i/160is-MB manual I have says G12.1 and G13.2 are Polar coordinate interpolation mode
same for Fanuc 21i/210i, but there besides G12.1 you can use G112 and G113 for G13.1
lol, the last message on the rtai mailing list is hilarious
[20:39:11] <alex_joni> https://mail.rtai.org/pipermail/rtai/2010-August/023530.html
I see the image name for the last liveCD was "emc2buntu8.04"
I was planning on "LinuxCNC Live-CD", but maybe I should have 10.04 in there somewhere?
where is it shown?
I think it is shown as the disk name.
on the desktop icon, in nautilus, etc.
oh ok, I've seen that
what do you think is best?
I don't know. maybe "Emc2-LinuxCNC10.04"?
that looks good to me
mozmck: maybe make it emc2 instead of Emc2
alex_joni: an initial capital letter looks better imo - maybe EMC2 instead?
I agree since in general, capitals for acronyms are the custom
emc2-2.4.3 + Ubuntu 10.04 ?
(as the title, so you can see which EMC version you have as well
there's a max length iirc
16 chars it seems
I don't know if 16 chars includes a terminating NULL :)
the exact spelling of this string is among the least important things I can imagine
2.4.3+10.04 = 12.44.3?
404 not found
InfraRecorder has no issue with creating a 30-char title for a new disk
that or put a short file named "This is EMC2 version 2.4.3 on Ubuntu 10.04+RTAI extensions"
there is a file with a description
Joliet allows more, and should be OK on any semi-modern-esque machine