#emc-devel | Logs for 2009-08-21

[10:26:33] <alex_joni> hi micges
[10:26:46] <micges> hi alex_joni
[10:30:40] <micges> alex_joni: whats up?
[10:31:31] <alex_joni> not much
[10:31:33] <alex_joni> slow day
[11:10:18] <alex_joni> hmm.. me tries to bring genserkins+puma to joints_axes3
[11:11:57] <micges> let me try it
[11:13:41] <alex_joni> for C in $(git log --reverse <commit1>..<commit2> --pretty=format:%H);
[11:13:42] <alex_joni> do git-cherry-pick $C; done
[11:15:11] <micges> it works?
[11:15:16] <alex_joni> or maybe 'git rebase --interactive master'
[11:15:19] <alex_joni> it should :D
[11:17:22] <micges> you can easly merge master in ja3
[11:17:36] <micges> one simple conflict
[11:19:22] <alex_joni> git rebase master ?
[11:19:54] <micges> git co joints_axes3; git merge master
[11:22:03] <alex_joni> heh, that worked
[11:22:29] <micges> cool
[11:22:34] <alex_joni> I'll try to make a config for the puma
[11:22:42] <alex_joni> according to the new ini layout
[11:23:07] <micges> letme know any bugs
[11:23:15] <micges> gotta run, bbl
[11:44:55] <alex_joni> micges: I noticed 2 things:
[11:45:06] <alex_joni> 1. [TRAJ]AXES is still needed (AXIS looks for it)
[11:45:18] <alex_joni> 2. emc.command has no attribute 'teleop_vector'
[11:45:34] <alex_joni> so jogging in world doesn't work atm, but I guess that's known
[11:45:52] <alex_joni> gotta run.. bbl
[12:57:45] <micges> alex_joni: jest is known
[12:58:01] <micges> s/jest/yes/
[13:14:02] <CIA-8> EMC: 03micges 07joints_axes3 * ra5caa6c4001e 10/src/emc/ (ini/initraj.cc usr_intf/axis/scripts/axis.py): Remove the need to define axes count in inifile
[14:09:11] <SWPadnos> has a setting changed on the SF lists? It seems that all my replies now go to both the original sender and the list
[14:09:36] <SWPadnos> and apparently the same thing happened to others (ebo at least), since I just got an email directly from him and on the list
[14:13:15] <jepler> some messages have headers ilke
[14:13:16] <jepler> Reply-To: rehenry@copper.net,
[14:13:16] <jepler> "Enhanced Machine Controller (EMC)" <emc-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
[14:13:32] <jepler> (that's ray's message of 8/20 in the "air compressor" thread)
[14:13:38] <cradek> I think that's a per-user preference
[14:13:47] <jepler> others have just
[14:13:47] <jepler> Reply-To: "Enhanced Machine Controller (EMC)" <emc-users@lists.sourceforge.net>
[14:13:59] <jepler> (one of douglas pollard's messages in that thread)
[14:15:13] <SWPadnos> ok
[14:15:55] <SWPadnos> I know nothing has changed on my end, but it seems that I now get both addresses when I hit "reply", and I see that Steve B and Ebo do also, since I've received messages directly from them
[14:16:50] <SWPadnos> gotta run. bbl
[14:16:58] <jepler> http://list.org/mailman-admin/node11.html
[14:18:12] <jepler> I dunnow how mailman is configured, but if it's no_strip_reply_to + reply_goes_to_list then folks who put a Reply-To header in their outgoing messages would be copied on replies from MUAs that follow the reply-to header
[14:18:50] <SWPadnos> reply-to is the list, from is me (on the list message I just looked at)
[14:19:14] <SWPadnos> which seems correct
[14:19:28] <micges> bbl;
[14:22:03] <cradek> I finally found the place where I can set my preferences, and I don't see a relevant setting
[14:28:03] <jepler> I'm pretty sure it's reply-to in the sender's m ua
[14:28:16] <jepler> the header in the original message from the subscriber to the list
[14:35:51] <cradek> I'm getting a thump (and ferror if the limits are tight) when jr homes to index. I remember previously having this problem before and the stuff in my servo thread was out of order. I compared it to the hnc, which doesn't thump (or not noticeably) and they are the same. But is there somewhere in the docs where it says the correct order?
[14:38:29] <jepler> I don't know if there is
[14:38:34] <jepler> isn't the order read - motion - pid - write ?
[14:39:29] <cradek> I have read, motion-command-handler, motion-controller, pid, write
[14:40:00] <cradek> well cl is also before write
[14:42:39] <skunkworks_> is the servo period the same?
[14:44:01] <cradek> servo, traj = 1ms
[14:44:21] <cradek> obviously I should get a halscope plot, but I haven't
[14:46:42] <jepler> you may want to capture a number of different plots, moving the halscope capture function to different spots in the thread
[14:47:29] <alex_joni> you can run the halscope function in a faster thread, then it shouldn't matter as much
[14:47:30] <cradek> hm, I didn't think of that
[14:47:57] <alex_joni> jepler: the reply to the email you sent goes to both addies, as you expected
[14:48:11] <cradek> it only thumps the first time I home, not subsequent times
[14:48:34] <jepler> the first time the reset could change the encoder output by many counts
[14:48:41] <jepler> the second time in a run, probably by few or no counts
[14:48:45] <cradek> yeah
[14:49:15] <skunkworks_> there was a guy recently talking about this issue with his gantry - he ended up writing a componant to mask it some how. IIRC it was on irc.
[15:29:51] <skunkworks_> I cannot find it.. (doesn't mean it isn't true..) ;)
[15:35:40] <SWPadnos> jepler, yep, in my MUA there are also two reply addresses
[16:06:26] <CIA-8> EMC: 03jepler 07master * r6b33217e2285 10/src/hal/utils/halsh.c: make list of hal commands available in tcl
[16:06:27] <CIA-8> EMC: 03jepler 07master * r6dd29b6ce096 10/src/configure.in: let configure set the tclsh for scripts
[16:06:28] <CIA-8> EMC: 03jepler 07master * re441f17ca1ce 10/src/hal/utils/ (halcmd.c halcmd.h): make information about existing commands available to halcmd embedders
[16:06:29] <CIA-8> EMC: 03jepler 07master * rd7daa169af65 10/ (4 files in 2 dirs): a wrapper script that prepares the hal tcl environment
[16:06:30] <CIA-8> EMC: 03jepler 07master * raefefc1d9e2e 10/scripts/ (emc.in halrun.in): allow haltcl scripts to be run
[16:29:22] <CIA-8> EMC: 03seb 07master * r57ed797631f9 10/configs/hm2-servo/hm2-servo.hal: use the proper .ini variable for the pid maxoutput
[16:30:32] <CIA-8> EMC: 03seb 07master * rdbcf958489b8 10/configs/hm2-servo/hm2-servo.hal: disable driver debug output by default
[20:54:53] <skunkworks> cradek: spindle drive show up? installed?
[20:54:54] <skunkworks> ;)O
[20:55:39] <jepler> I assume that's why he snuck out of work at 2PM but I dunno for sure
[20:55:51] <skunkworks> heh - loser!
[20:56:01] <alex_joni> err.. who?
[22:34:56] <cradek> yes! yes!
[22:35:21] <cradek> it works, but I won't run it much until jmk says I set the parameters right...
[22:35:30] <cradek> it's an oddball motor
[23:00:26] <skunkworks928> Cool!
[23:00:55] <skunkworks928> did you ever take a picture of the name plate?
[23:12:15] <robh_> cradek, how bigs motor on your machine , we have a 7.5kw 10hp 38amp ac motor needing VFD, be very nice to know what accel/deacel times you are getting with the new VFD.