#emc-devel | Logs for 2010-11-14

[19:42:38] <KimK> cradek: or jepler: Where do you guys keep that "cloud test" generator? (the random arcs and moves in g-code)
[19:45:40] <jepler> KimK: hmmm I can't find the original generator :( only the one generated file tort.ngc in the sample gcode programs
[19:45:53] <jepler> it's possible it's just lost, because I wrote it several computers ago..
[19:52:27] <KimK> jepler: OK, thanks. Let me know if you ever run across it again, I'd like to have a copy. In the meantime, tort.ngc it is then.
[20:16:31] <alex_joni> has anyone looked at the usermap at linuxcnc.org lately?
[20:18:53] <andypugh> Is there one?
[20:19:37] <archivist> yup
[20:20:23] <andypugh> So there is.
[20:20:48] <archivist> Im in the middle :)
[20:20:54] <micges> wow 1051
[20:21:57] <andypugh> And that is incomplete
[20:22:38] <micges> alex_joni: map doesn't work on opera 10.63
[20:23:16] <archivist> map is failing for me and Im logged in
[20:23:22] <archivist> firefox
[20:23:34] <andypugh> Works in Safari :)
[20:24:25] <micges> doesn't work in firefox also
[20:25:01] <awallin> works with firefox over here (I only see three red pushpins in usa because i'm not logged in)
[20:25:16] <CIA-2> EMC: 03cmorley 07v2.4_branch * rb3954bbdefb3 10/src/emc/usr_intf/ (pncconf/pncconf.py stepconf/stepconf.py): fix stepconf/pncconf's launcher for Ubuntu 10.04
[20:25:17] <CIA-2> EMC: 03cmorley 07v2.4_branch * r38fc3659c6cc 10/src/emc/usr_intf/ (pncconf/pncconf.py stepconf/stepconf.py): fix stepconf/pncconf's launcher icon
[20:39:03] <alex_joni> it takes a while to load
[20:39:11] <alex_joni> works ok on firefox(win) here
[20:39:12] <KimK> Hi ries
[20:39:30] <alex_joni> KimK: that sounds like an automatic reconnect from ries
[20:39:37] <KimK> might be
[20:39:38] <ries> Hey KimK
[20:39:54] <alex_joni> heh, or not :)
[20:40:24] <ries> alex_joni: my router frequently disconnects computers after they return from sleep.... so I need to unplug/plug frequently after my wife calls 'Honey.. can you unplug the router please' from the other side of the house :D
[20:40:32] <ries> hey alex_joni
[20:40:38] <ries> KimK: are you still using CADUntu?
[20:40:46] <alex_joni> ries: use a LAN operated socket
[20:41:53] <KimK> Does everyone know ries here? Ries has taken the (stalled, IMO) free community version of Qcad and forked it to his new CADUntu and added qt4. So thanks, ries.
[20:42:03] <SWPLinux> cool
[20:42:25] <alex_joni> https://www.black-box.de/en-ro/fp/1018/35978/Power-Switch-Maverick/V3.F5098.O3
[20:42:33] <ries> alex_joni: Huuu ?
[20:42:50] <ries> * ries ries blushes now....
[20:43:20] <KimK> ries: Yes, I tried it once for some drawing, but I think I'm behind, need to update and recompile, might need some help
[20:44:36] <ries> KimK: if there is a bug, or missing feature... please let me know. recently there where a lot of bugs fixed again
[20:45:33] <KimK> OK, and some things that are "original" bugs that could be improved, lol
[20:45:57] <SWPLinux> new improved bugs are so much better than old stale ones
[20:46:11] <KimK> exactly!
[20:46:23] <andypugh> I guess the confusion between routers and routers is more prevalent here than most places :-)
[20:46:49] <KimK> But now we have control of the bugs instead of Ribbonsoft
[20:47:08] <SWPLinux> hah! take that Ribbonsoft!
[20:50:21] <ries> The project is doing quite ok, 134downloads a week for a beta is not at all that bad... and I have some active users on sf providing ideas and bug reports
[20:50:23] <KimK> andypugh: routers and routers and routers? (people who rout bugs?)
[20:52:17] <KimK> ries: Excellent! Are there newbie update and compile directions posted on SF? Or somewhere?
[20:53:38] <ries> KimK: compilation is the same
[20:53:44] <ries> just run qmake, then run make
[22:19:43] <qq-> psha, http://picpaste.com/plot-qgYcPT8g.png < we may use something as it in linuxcnc ?
[22:22:32] <psha> gnuplot?
[22:22:52] <qq-> yes
[22:23:09] <psha> why not, but what's task?
[22:23:44] <qq-> visual show of latency or so
[22:25:19] <qq-> this graphic was generate in ~ 1 minute
[22:25:48] <psha> for latency you'd better use direct drawing since gnuplot is not deisgned for 'live plotting' of data
[22:26:26] <psha> i've thought about some plotting widgets for gladevcp for example
[22:26:37] <psha> but have not found any task where it's needed
[22:26:45] <qq-> you takes the idea ..
[22:28:07] <psha> btw for latency rrd is better suited but i don't think it'll be happy with such fast updates
[22:31:06] <qq-> takes snapshops of latency every say 2-3 min and put them on same plot graphic , or so
[22:33:03] <psha> have you seen rrd?
[22:33:36] <qq-> thats will be interesting in testing hardwares phase , before to use them in production , not seen rrd
[22:34:44] <psha> http://www.mrtg.org/rrdtool/
[22:35:01] <psha> it's designed for storing monitoring data
[22:35:25] <psha> http://www.mrtg.org/rrdtool/gallery/index.en.html
[22:36:37] <qq-> thats seems real time monitoring
[22:37:46] <psha> timeframes are adjustable
[22:38:02] <psha> graphs may cover year, month, day or 10 seconds
[22:40:32] <psha> hm, 02:00
[22:40:36] <psha> going to bed
[23:44:17] <andypugh> Hmm: hal/components/bldc.comp:271: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘->’ token
[23:44:55] <andypugh> 271 int state;
[23:46:28] <micges> see src/objects/hal/components/bldc.c
[23:48:18] <andypugh> Ah, the intermediate files go to /objects/? I just thought it wasn't even getting that far.
[23:51:09] <andypugh> 271 if(( personality & 0x01 )) {
[23:51:18] <andypugh> Not there either.
[23:52:45] <micges> ok so please pastebin.com it
[23:53:01] <andypugh> Which file, the comp or the .c?
[23:53:11] <micges> comp
[23:53:50] <andypugh> There's a bunch of other wierd (but similar) errors which don't match the stated lines.
[23:56:16] <andypugh> http://www.pastebin.ca/1991709
[23:56:40] <andypugh> It's only about 50% written (so 5% done)
[23:57:06] <micges> missing ; on line 7
[23:57:30] <andypugh> Doh!
[23:57:31] <micges> sorry no
[23:59:02] <micges> I think that you must do pin docs on same lin
[23:59:03] <micges> e