#emc-devel | Logs for 2007-07-13

[09:10:19] <sebjames> Playing with jdi.py. Have an emc command object. I'd like to call c.home() but do I supply an argument for the joint I'd l ike to home, or set the current axis via some other method?
[09:22:44] <sebjames> Hmm, home doesn't appear to be the right command to trigger a homing operation...
[09:40:05] <sebjames> Ok, looks to me that the python library with emc 2.1.5 doesn't have all the commands, such as homing available. Is there more in cvs-head?
[10:44:54] <sebjames> Never mind. I figured it out. c=emc.command(); c.home(0) homes the X axis
[10:50:57] <anonimasu> :)
[10:52:50] <sebjames> Having to learn syntax etc. - not programmed with python before.
[13:15:15] <alex_joni> jepler: sorry.. I got cut off last night
[13:19:34] <alex_joni> jepler: http://eneas.juve.ro/~juve/jepler/
[13:20:44] <alex_joni> bbl
[13:26:56] <jepler> thanks for finding those
[13:27:02] <jepler> neither was quite what I was looking for though
[13:27:38] <jepler> chips2 will do
[14:52:54] <alex_joni> jepler: maybe I can find something else too? might help to tell me what you're after..
[15:27:40] <jepler> alex_joni: I just went ahead and used chips2
[15:33:28] <cradek> (I bet REALIZE could query the autocad units and set g20/g21 appropriately)
[16:43:05] <skunkworks> cradek: ;)