#emc | Logs for 2006-07-12

[03:24:09] <cradek> woooo
[04:00:08] <A-L-P-H-A> can someone help me with another SED expression?
[04:00:45] <A-L-P-H-A> trying to convert "([0-9]+)<td>" to "\1</td><td>"
[04:02:34] <A-L-P-H-A> sed -e "s/\([0-9]+)<td>/\1</td><td>/g" < page74.htm doesn't want to work...
[04:02:42] <A-L-P-H-A> this is win32 port of SED, so I have to use double quotes.
[04:08:59] <cradek> missing \ before the )
[04:09:06] <A-L-P-H-A> sed -e "s/\([0-9]+\)\<td\>/\1<\/td\>\<td\>/g" < page74.htm
[04:09:29] <A-L-P-H-A> sweet, that worked.
[04:12:37] <A-L-P-H-A> no I'm trying to make <tr> to be \n<tr> but that isn't working... hmm.. .sec.
[04:18:21] <A-L-P-H-A> "sed -e "s/\<\/tr\>/\<\/tr\>\n/g" < page74.htm > test" that doesn't change ALL the "</tr>" to "</tr>\n" just the first instance.
[04:18:24] <A-L-P-H-A> that's messed.
[04:55:22] <A-L-P-H-A> AHHHHHHHHH! figured it out.
[04:55:36] <A-L-P-H-A> the files are in unix text docs, as opposed to MS format.
[04:55:39] <A-L-P-H-A> fack.
[04:55:41] <A-L-P-H-A> oh ohwell.
[06:12:47] <LawrenceG> ok guys... what is the g or mcode that causes a message box to pop up and suspend program execution until the message is dissmissed?
[06:12:55] <alex_joni> (msg foo)
[06:13:07] <alex_joni> that only displays it
[06:13:14] <alex_joni> but there is a pause code
[06:13:32] <LawrenceG> tnx alex... trying m0, m1 etc
[06:13:44] <alex_joni> M0 is pause
[06:13:52] <alex_joni> http://axis.unpythonic.net/quickref
[06:14:41] <LawrenceG> trying to do manual tool change in gcode.....
[08:38:01] <Bo^Dick> i made the following test circuit to test if an op could be used as a comparator. is this even supposed to work or have i misunderstood something? http://www.carmi.se/misterstarshine/img/6.gif
[09:18:33] <alex_joni> Bo^Dick: you need a feedback
[09:18:42] <alex_joni> or the op-amp won't work as it should
[09:19:01] <alex_joni> Bo^Dick: check this out: http://www.ecircuitcenter.com/Circuits/op_comp/op_comp.htm
[14:38:56] <A-L-P-H-A> if I want to remove all lines that containt the string "pg.com:8000" what do I look up with a regex? "/.*pg\.com\:8000.*/"
[14:39:23] <cradek> grep -v pg.com:8000
[14:39:59] <A-L-P-H-A> well... this is new method now... I'm using preg in php.
[14:40:24] <A-L-P-H-A> preg_replace() in php
[14:40:43] <cradek> ok, don't know anything about that
[14:40:48] <cradek> your RE looks about right
[14:40:52] <A-L-P-H-A> POSIX regex function.
[14:40:58] <cradek> : is not special to a RE, so you don't need to escape it
[14:41:05] <A-L-P-H-A> okay
[14:41:05] <jepler> You may want to anchor at the start or end of a line: ^.*pg.com:8000.*$
[14:41:10] <jepler> but I don't know any php
[14:41:40] <cradek> some REs match the whole line by default (like egrep, expr)
[14:41:51] <jepler> regular expression libraries sometimes require special flags for "multiline" mode, so that . doesn't match \n and $ matches at "the end of the line"
[14:41:53] <cradek> so it's hard to say exactly what you need
[14:42:13] <A-L-P-H-A> $contents = preg_replace("/^\.*pg\.com:8000.*$/", "", $contents); is what I got... nadda.
[14:42:20] <A-L-P-H-A> ooh! I did .\
[14:42:21] <A-L-P-H-A> nm
[14:42:23] <A-L-P-H-A> I see an error
[14:42:47] <jepler> and that may leave a blank line, because replacing all the letters on a line with nothing still leaves an \n
[14:42:47] <cradek> yeah the first \. is not what you mean
[14:42:47] <A-L-P-H-A> $contents = preg_replace("/^.*pg\.com:8000.*$/", "", $contents); still no go.
[14:43:04] <A-L-P-H-A> well, even if I did... it should still work.
[14:43:16] <A-L-P-H-A> it would mean "", ".", "................." would count as well.
[14:43:23] <A-L-P-H-A> but it would fail in this case.
[14:43:26] <A-L-P-H-A> cause of the ^
[14:43:42] <A-L-P-H-A> but the new one still can't find and kill all. odd.
[14:44:04] <jepler> is pattern really supposed to start and end with / ?
[14:44:33] <A-L-P-H-A> yeah
[14:44:35] <A-L-P-H-A> it does.
[14:44:43] <A-L-P-H-A> it's a delimiter... could be @@ or//
[14:45:50] <jepler> is it possible that "$/" is being expanded as a variable?
[14:45:50] <A-L-P-H-A> heh.
[14:45:56] <A-L-P-H-A> there's a preg_grep
[14:46:05] <A-L-P-H-A> checking that out. sec. :)
[14:47:35] <jepler> if that still doesn't help, I bet #php will know more than us.
[14:47:54] <A-L-P-H-A> you guys know a lot. :)
[14:48:23] <A-L-P-H-A> php is too crowed, and I got yelled at to R T F M, last night... stupid punk didn't know shit, but just told me RTFM...
[14:48:40] <cradek> A-L-P-H-A: RTFM
[14:48:49] <A-L-P-H-A> * A-L-P-H-A stabs cradek
[14:52:18] <A-L-P-H-A> doh!
[14:52:23] <A-L-P-H-A> the intial file is ONE line.
[14:52:27] <A-L-P-H-A> it was removing the whole line.
[14:52:29] <A-L-P-H-A> stupid file.
[14:54:53] <A-L-P-H-A> sweet. worked.
[14:58:38] <A-L-P-H-A> here's something more advanced.
[14:59:08] <A-L-P-H-A> could there be a way to do something like this... look for a URL. say "ebay.com", display only the first occurance, and remove the rest?
[15:27:51] <jepler> sure, but I don't know how to do it in php. the documentation of preg_replace refers to the 'e' modifier which treats the replacement as PHP code. the code would call a function that knows if it's the first call, or a subsequent call, and returns the string or an empty string depending on the "first call" flag.
[15:38:27] <A-L-P-H-A> jepler, cool thanks.
[17:57:07] <A-L-P-H-A> must love regex
[18:12:07] <Jymmm> A-L-P-H-A: ?
[18:53:00] <alex_joni> hi
[18:54:19] <MaVaTi> hello everybody !
[18:56:38] <alex_joni> hello
[18:57:15] <MaVaTi> I'm reading your e-mail.. and started to reply you !
[18:57:28] <MaVaTi> but here both online, I can do it now !!! ;-)
[18:58:09] <MaVaTi> firstly, no no no classicladder-original project is not dead...
[18:58:21] <MaVaTi> and was working on it yesterday, so !
[18:59:43] <alex_joni> oh.. Hi Marc, just now I realized where I know mavati from ;)
[18:59:58] <alex_joni> I've recently seen the are a few improvements in CL
[19:00:05] <MaVaTi> sorry, connected with my pseudo!
[19:00:14] <alex_joni> that's prefectly ok..
[19:00:31] <alex_joni> do you have a recent screenshot?
[19:00:47] <MaVaTi> should be Marc 'MaVaTi' Le Douarain, classicladder's author would be more easy...
[19:01:24] <MaVaTi> with the link on my webpage on the wiki, it is really more better !!!
[19:01:40] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: OK, glad you feel that way
[19:01:47] <alex_joni> on the other hand, it's a wiki
[19:01:59] <alex_joni> so we don't mind if anyone corrects the information there ;-)
[19:02:16] <MaVaTi> people will found immediately it, and some infos on ladder/sequential available
[19:02:38] <MaVaTi> a screeshot ?
[19:02:48] <alex_joni> I'm looking at http://membres.lycos.fr/mavati/classicladder/
[19:02:56] <alex_joni> I see some improvements..
[19:03:01] <alex_joni> I love grafcet ;)
[19:03:09] <alex_joni> used it a few times on another project
[19:03:24] <MaVaTi> the grafcet was already available on the old 0.7.3 !!!
[19:03:43] <MaVaTi> you can not select it when doing a new section ???
[19:04:08] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: probably I didn't try hard enough ;)
[19:04:20] <MaVaTi> it's really usefull when you have some "sequential" program to do... really!
[19:04:21] <alex_joni> didn't know it was there.. :D
[19:04:58] <MaVaTi> new major improvement is GTK2, and print available!
[19:05:17] <alex_joni> yeah, print is nice
[19:05:57] <alex_joni> did you see how we used CL?
[19:06:33] <MaVaTi> well not sure... on RTLinux, and new variables for emc2 connection if I have understand?!
[19:06:50] <alex_joni> emc2 uses RTAPI (an API for RT systems)
[19:06:57] <alex_joni> it works both with RTAI and RTLinux
[19:07:01] <alex_joni> shouldn't matter
[19:07:39] <MaVaTi> I have not used classicladder under RTlinux for a long time now, perhaps it do no more compile...
[19:07:50] <alex_joni> basicly classicladder has been divided in 2: one is the RT module (which runs in realtime and interprets the rungs, sets outputs, checks inputs)
[19:08:09] <alex_joni> and the other part is the GUI running non-RT and communicating through a shared memory with the RT part
[19:08:17] <MaVaTi> it was already the case before ! ;-)
[19:08:45] <alex_joni> right, but the RT part is now a HAL module (Hardware Abstraction Layer for emc2)
[19:09:20] <MaVaTi> I've gragged the classicladder-emc2 sources to see what have been done, and what could easily and interesting to put back on the original side...
[19:09:28] <MaVaTi> graBBed
[19:10:14] <MaVaTi> else to come back to your e-mail, and you sayed me that you send me an e-mail in 2005
[19:10:23] <alex_joni> yeah.. long ago ;)
[19:10:45] <MaVaTi> juste one thing that could have been interesting to tell me, is when the integration has bee done, and what you had done !
[19:11:00] <alex_joni> well.. the problem was that I didn't do it
[19:11:17] <MaVaTi> better that to discover it later after, well not so late perhaps
[19:11:19] <alex_joni> I started to look at it, but then someone else did it completely different ;)
[19:11:24] <MaVaTi> okay
[19:11:46] <MaVaTi> else...
[19:12:13] <MaVaTi> I've added the Tx,V Tx,P Mx,V Mx,P
[19:12:31] <MaVaTi> finally it was more difficult than what I was thinking...
[19:12:53] <alex_joni> I can imagine
[19:13:15] <alex_joni> it always is like that ;) the idea is simple, but when you start to implement it.. it gets tough
[19:13:17] <MaVaTi> I've had to modify the variables names parser that were not able to be used in the arithmetic evaluator for theses variables...
[19:13:31] <MaVaTi> but okay now !
[19:13:48] <MaVaTi> tried with a little example, and it seems to work nice! ;-)
[19:14:10] <alex_joni> I wonder how different the CL inside emc2 is from the original 0.7.3
[19:14:18] <MaVaTi> a contact set T1,P to 15, and the same inversed to 7 for example
[19:15:14] <alex_joni> is this Tx,V in 0.7.71 ?
[19:15:18] <MaVaTi> not started Kompare with the 2 directories, so I don't know exactly for now...
[19:15:33] <MaVaTi> Tx,V is the current value (not really intersting)
[19:15:42] <alex_joni> I meant the change..
[19:15:50] <MaVaTi> Tx,P is the preset to which the timer go
[19:16:05] <MaVaTi> the one that can be modified in the rung!
[19:16:33] <MaVaTi> No, Preset and current Values are very new, and only on my hard disk for now...
[19:16:43] <alex_joni> ok
[19:17:07] <alex_joni> maybe in 0.7.72 then ;)
[19:17:41] <MaVaTi> I'm hesitating to release a new version with only that...
[19:18:10] <MaVaTi> what do you think? interested with it now, or can wait a little, something like end of july!?
[19:18:28] <alex_joni> I'm off to vacation tomorrow..
[19:18:31] <alex_joni> back in august ;)
[19:18:42] <MaVaTi> if now: 0.7.72, else 0.7.80
[19:18:43] <alex_joni> so, personally, I have no need for it right now :)
[19:19:06] <MaVaTi> okay, i'm going on, and it will be 0.7.80
[19:19:50] <MaVaTi> It will give me time to see the emc2 modifications that havec
[19:19:54] <MaVaTi> been done...
[19:20:41] <MaVaTi> curiosity question: from which country are you ?
[19:20:59] <MaVaTi> so that I can say classicladder is used in ........
[19:21:05] <MaVaTi> :-)
[19:21:42] <alex_joni> I'm in romania, but there are a lot of users from the US
[19:21:48] <alex_joni> check www.frappr.com/emc2/
[19:22:02] <MaVaTi> well, I've just seen the link !
[19:22:28] <alex_joni> although very few do subscribe there
[19:22:55] <MaVaTi> so not representative !
[19:23:08] <alex_joni> just as an idea ;)
[19:23:09] <MaVaTi> and all are not using classicladder on emc2....?!
[19:23:16] <alex_joni> not all
[19:23:26] <alex_joni> emc2 can do most of the stuff by itself
[19:23:33] <alex_joni> only complicated projects use CL
[19:24:38] <MaVaTi> okay...
[19:25:17] <MaVaTi> however, classicladder with rungs can only do simple things !
[19:25:31] <alex_joni> for example on this big machine: http://fenn.freeshell.org/retrofest/default.html
[19:25:32] <MaVaTi> contacts/coils
[19:27:25] <MaVaTi> the big machines used are maked by industrial compagnies, or only amateur's one ?
[19:27:37] <MaVaTi> I don't know absolutely not this domain....
[19:28:03] <MaVaTi> and what are done ith them in fact ? (sorry for such a question...)
[19:28:22] <alex_joni> here's a nice film with CL in action: http://www.cncgear.com/Files/mazak.avi
[19:28:29] <alex_joni> a bit big though (~70MB)
[19:29:16] <MaVaTi> excellent !
[19:29:24] <MaVaTi> I've launched the download...
[19:29:38] <alex_joni> there is a smaller version, but it never worked for me
[19:29:44] <alex_joni> http://www.cncgear.com/Files/mazak-small.avi
[19:30:37] <stiles> they used CL for the tool changer on that mazak from what my buddy told me (he was at the CNC workshop this year)
[19:30:59] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: see.. classicladder is very well known ;)
[19:31:08] <MaVaTi> what is a mazak ?
[19:31:19] <MaVaTi> yes, it's nice to see that !!!!
[19:31:26] <stiles> machine tool company
[19:32:17] <MaVaTi> before emc, I was especially knowing the educational usage of it
[19:32:20] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: mazak is one of the bigger brands for milling machines
[19:32:40] <MaVaTi> okay.
[19:33:53] <MaVaTi> and so you've got a such machine ?!
[19:34:06] <MaVaTi> at work ?
[19:35:27] <stiles> I've worked on a simular machine but it was made by mori seiki and not mazak but I have ran mazak lathes which are really nice lathes
[19:35:31] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: not me..
[19:36:07] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: mazak also has very good machine controls, so emc2 is kinda like an competitor ;)
[19:37:32] <MaVaTi> emc2 is officially recognized by thoses companies, or only used without their agreement ?
[19:37:53] <MaVaTi> because not happy, that their command tools are not used and bought ?
[19:37:54] <alex_joni> usually the end-customer decides if he wants to use emc2
[19:37:58] <alex_joni> mostly on retro-fits
[19:38:06] <stiles> yea it's mostly retro fits
[19:38:08] <alex_joni> people buying new machines, afford buying new controls too
[19:38:25] <MaVaTi> retro fits ? definitively, I don't know your world...
[19:38:35] <alex_joni> it doesn't make sense to buy a 50k$+ machine, and cheap out on 5k$ for the control
[19:38:43] <stiles> or people replacing blow controls with PC based controls
[19:38:52] <alex_joni> retrofit = take an older machine, and put new motors & PC based control
[19:39:12] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: sometimes they use older manual machines, which they convert to CNC
[19:39:39] <MaVaTi> okay, thanks!
[19:39:45] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: no problem ;)
[19:41:56] <MaVaTi> I've never really used those machines...
[19:42:08] <MaVaTi> I've seen one a long time ago at school,
[19:42:41] <MaVaTi> but it was especially the teachers playing with it !
[19:43:18] <MaVaTi> just looking one or two time the machine eating the steel...
[19:43:35] <alex_joni> it's a fun thing..
[19:43:42] <alex_joni> but emc can do more than just milling
[19:43:44] <MaVaTi> and i don't know how it was programmed...
[19:43:51] <alex_joni> some people use it for plasma cutting
[19:43:56] <alex_joni> or even laser cutting
[19:44:05] <MaVaTi> ooohhhh...
[19:45:18] <stiles> laser cutting isn't too fun laser dust is nasty stuff it gets every where in your pores (yea I worked in a laser shop once upon a time)
[19:46:24] <MaVaTi> difficult job...
[19:46:50] <MaVaTi> else which real-time kernel addon is generally used?
[19:46:50] <stiles> easy job, but a nasty enviroment
[19:47:17] <MaVaTi> I've seen that RTLinux-gpl seems no more really developped
[19:47:26] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: we use RTAI-magma lately (adeos into the kernel)
[19:47:28] <MaVaTi> still 2.4.29 last patch available...
[19:47:36] <alex_joni> actually it's not called adeos anymore
[19:47:46] <stiles> RTAI is what most are using I believe
[19:48:10] <alex_joni> right, we probably have a few older RTLinux users (bdi2.2x with kernel 2.2.x)
[19:48:19] <alex_joni> but that's quite a few years old :D
[19:48:35] <jerry> hello, when going to: http://www.linuxcnc.org/index.php?option=com_mospjirc&Itemid=8 is that supposed to connect to this channel ?
[19:49:01] <MaVaTi> lot of people on that channel... users, developpers ?
[19:49:28] <alex_joni> jerry: yes
[19:49:41] <Guest753> yep I connected from that link
[19:49:47] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: this channel (#emc) is mainly for users
[19:50:02] <MaVaTi> so lot of users !
[19:50:05] <jerry> all it does is pop open http://www.linuxcnc.org/index.php
[19:50:53] <alex_joni> jerry: sorry?
[19:51:02] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: but also a LOT of general discussions
[19:51:14] <alex_joni> about machining and weather, and politics, and you name it..
[19:51:22] <alex_joni> sometimes it's like the babel tower in here
[19:51:32] <jerry> alex_joni, no problem, just had sent a link to somebody on cnczone and he couldn't get in either
[19:51:34] <stiles> I though it was the soccer channel for awhile!
[19:51:52] <alex_joni> jerry: doesn't work for you?
[19:52:00] <jerry> alex_joni, no
[19:52:08] <alex_joni> jerry: you do need to have java installed
[19:52:28] <jerry> alex_joni, stand-by, i'll check
[19:53:02] <alex_joni> jerry: do you get a page with a small box saying username, and a button to connect?
[19:53:08] <MaVaTi> just seen the mazak avi video, it's a big machine, but sadly not showing the computer controlling it, with a classicladder window... ! ;-)
[19:53:32] <alex_joni_web> works for me..
[19:53:34] <alex_joni_web> using Opera
[19:53:50] <stiles> does anybody have any data on which processor core type gives the best real time performance w/ rtai
[19:54:12] <alex_joni> stiles: sure
[19:54:17] <stiles> yea it worked w/ firfox and sun's JVM for me too
[19:55:04] <jerry> Guest100, is me with mozilla, damn konq no worky with java thanks
[19:55:27] <alex_joni> no problem
[19:55:48] <alex_joni> stiles: can't find the link now, but there is a site where you can see submissions by users
[19:56:29] <alex_joni> stiles: http://issaris.org/rtai/
[19:56:31] <stiles> in the wiki or something else
[19:56:35] <alex_joni> look on the left for results
[19:56:51] <stiles> cool thanks
[19:57:35] <MaVaTi> have to go...
[19:57:36] <alex_joni> stiles: there is a livecd for testing RTAI, so you could take it with you when you're shopping for new PC's
[19:57:46] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: nice for you to drop by
[19:57:48] <MaVaTi> it was a pleasure to chat with you !
[19:57:49] <alex_joni> MaVaTi: see you
[19:57:57] <MaVaTi> bye, bye !
[20:25:34] <stiles> has there been any recent developments w/ threading canned cycles, I believe I saw G33 was added not too long ago IIRC
[20:26:08] <cradek> no there is no threading canned cycle yet
[20:26:31] <cradek> I'll probably do it after I get my lathe converted to cnc, it's slowly getting done
[20:26:50] <cradek> although even now you can make a subroutine/loop in gcode to do whatever cycle you like
[20:27:03] <cradek> that's what I did for the demo at the cnc workshop last may
[20:27:28] <stiles> Jacques was telling me about that, he was at the workshop
[20:29:17] <stiles> this is where I got the G33 bit http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?SpindleSynchronizedMotion
[20:29:38] <cradek> yep
[20:32:18] <cradek> g33 is the basic building block - you can do any threading task with it
[20:33:32] <alex_joni> cradek: is g33 in 2.0.1 ?
[20:33:38] <cradek> yes
[20:33:53] <alex_joni> maybe we should say that on that wiki
[20:33:57] <alex_joni> page
[20:34:22] <cradek> iirc there were mixed feelings about announcing lathe support as a 2.0 feature
[20:34:45] <alex_joni> ok, lets announce it with 2.1.x then
[20:34:50] <alex_joni> when it'll be fully working
[20:34:52] <cradek> I don't intend to put lathe radius comp in 2.0
[20:35:00] <alex_joni> right
[20:35:07] <cradek> yes I think that's best
[20:35:30] <alex_joni> * alex_joni wonders if cradek has a task about lathe support assigned to him
[20:35:48] <cradek> I don't know if there is or not
[20:35:58] <alex_joni> that can be changed easily
[20:36:03] <alex_joni> * alex_joni grins widely
[20:36:45] <cradek> fine with me, I'll eventually do it either way
[20:37:10] <alex_joni> I know..
[20:37:26] <stiles> since it's related has anyone messed with ridgid taping
[20:37:49] <cradek> just a day or two ago alex did another part of the groundwork for rigid tapping
[20:38:12] <alex_joni> just one small part.. but probably cradek will do the rest ;)
[20:38:30] <cradek> yeah, I think we'll actually have it soon, but no promises
[20:38:52] <alex_joni> I just love how well development goes lately
[20:38:58] <stiles> nice it sounds like alot of features are coming around w/ emc
[20:39:18] <alex_joni> it really feals like people are working together with common goals
[20:39:25] <cradek> yes we're doing a lot of things that have been wanted for a long time
[20:39:42] <cradek> Rugludallur: the author of classicladder was here earlier, sorry you missed him
[20:39:57] <cradek> Rugludallur: seems like he's excited about the emc+cl integration
[20:40:09] <Rugludallur> cradek: no prob, I have sent him a couple of emails and forum messages and gotten a few to
[20:40:31] <cradek> alex_joni: I think we're doing a lot of things that have been wanted for a long time, it's nice
[20:40:57] <Rugludallur> cradek: I think he is just supprised to see people using classicladder for real life things :D
[20:41:00] <alex_joni> Rugludallur: you can read it in the logs
[20:41:08] <Rugludallur> alex_joni: will do
[20:41:10] <alex_joni> Rugludallur: same impression here ;)
[20:42:31] <Rugludallur> alex_joni: he is back working on classicladder, I think he wants to add support for float input/output and using variables for timers, which would be really great for me :D
[20:42:46] <alex_joni> I think he already did
[20:42:52] <alex_joni> at least he said so :D
[20:43:10] <alex_joni> but he won't release it in the next few days, maybe beginning of august
[20:43:37] <Rugludallur> alex_joni: ahh ok, when he does I will try to port the changes to the emc classicladder
[20:43:50] <alex_joni> Rugludallur: that might be a bit of a challange
[20:44:00] <alex_joni> I diffed the 0.7.3 release, and the stuff in emc2
[20:44:12] <alex_joni> I gotta say.. not trivial
[20:44:12] <alex_joni> :D
[20:44:24] <cradek> Rugludallur can handle a challenge, did you see his thc?
[20:44:57] <alex_joni> yeah, I've seen it..
[20:44:59] <Rugludallur> alex_joni: I bet, anything worth doing is usually hard
[20:45:00] <alex_joni> and I know he can ;)
[20:45:17] <alex_joni> Rugludallur: not majour changes.. just lots of them
[20:45:39] <Guest644> hi
[20:45:45] <alex_joni> hello
[20:45:48] <cradek> hi guest
[20:45:51] <Rugludallur> hi
[20:46:26] <Guest644> hey... first time trying the linuxcnc irc client... LawrenceG here
[20:46:42] <alex_joni> oh.. just you.. thought it's someone new :D
[20:46:47] <alex_joni> Guest644: just kidding ;)
[20:47:23] <Guest644> strange... it seems to have captured all traffic.... my other client gaim has gone dead
[20:47:39] <alex_joni> that shouldn't happen
[20:47:59] <LawrenceG> back to gaim now
[20:47:59] <Lerneaen_Hydra> g'night all
[20:48:10] <alex_joni> g'night Lerneaen_Hydra
[20:53:06] <Rugludallur> Great to see that MaVaTi is interested :D
[21:23:19] <Bo^Dick> does anyone know about the threads on potentiometers?
[21:24:28] <Bo^Dick> i've managed to measure that the outer diameter is 10 mm
[22:04:56] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07HEAD * 10emc2/scripts/ (realtime.in rtapi.conf.in):
[22:04:56] <CIA-8> speed up the 'realtime' script, including by finding module locations at
[22:04:56] <CIA-8> compile time rather than using 'find' several times while running 'realtime
[22:04:56] <CIA-8> start' and 'realtime stop'. Use subsecond sleep when waiting for the shm
[22:04:56] <CIA-8> device to appear.
[22:04:58] <CIA-8> 03jepler 07HEAD * 10emc2/src/ (configure configure.in):
[22:04:59] <CIA-8> speed up the 'realtime' script, including by finding module locations at
[22:05:03] <CIA-8> compile time rather than using 'find' several times while running 'realtime
[22:05:05] <CIA-8> start' and 'realtime stop'. Use subsecond sleep when waiting for the shm
[22:05:06] <CIA-8> device to appear.
[22:07:13] <cradek> yays!