#emc | Logs for 2009-09-20

[00:07:23] <Skullworks> stepper motors don't hmmm until they move - when you use gecko drives.
[06:40:01] <ZeroFlex1> whehe
[06:40:06] <ZeroFlex1> hmm hmmmm ieeee crash
[07:02:08] <motioncontrol> good morning at all.a question about override.i have install on my maschine the binary switch, connection on mux componet.i want increase and decrease the override.i have coonnect the mux out on halui.feed-override.count but no fuction.ON my mux in pin i write 0.1,0.2,0.9,1 value, but not fuction the override not change some idea .is possible use override fuction if i don't use halui.feed-override.decrease/increase pin?
[07:22:33] <EbiDK> EbiDK is now known as EbiDK|AWAY
[12:55:49] <jthornton> http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f163/johnplctech/recipes.jpg
[12:56:17] <jthornton> anyone know how I can duplicate that format in linux?
[12:57:16] <jthornton> I'm looking for something that can store a bunch of recipes that can be used with mac, linux and windoz if possible
[13:47:11] <kanzure> jthornton: are you asking for something pre-existing?
[13:50:35] <jthornton> yes, that would be my first choice
[13:50:49] <MarkPictor-away> MarkPictor-away is now known as MarkPictor
[13:50:56] <jthornton> my last choice would be to program something :)
[13:51:29] <MarkPictor> jthornton: use wine or virtualbox to run that program
[13:53:04] <jthornton> I'll suggest that to him MarkPictor
[13:56:11] <kanzure> i've been looking for a database of recipes for a while
[13:56:26] <kanzure> there was a book in the 80s by a guy named david in a state starting with p that was about "computational cooking"
[13:56:36] <kanzure> he had a posix-style format for representing recipes, including instructions (not blocks of text)
[14:01:35] <kanzure> excuse me it was called "Computational Recipes" (1985)
[14:02:56] <kanzure> http://web.archive.org/web/20070112225127/http://www.anthus.com/Recipes/CompCook.html
[14:26:19] <MarkusBec> MarkusBec is now known as MarkusBec_away
[14:31:57] <Valen> html looks good to me jthornton
[14:32:14] <Valen> just a menu frame and a buttload of content frames
[14:32:22] <Valen> thats pretty portable
[14:33:31] <jthornton> Valen: that's a good idea
[14:33:48] <jthornton> I do html and css now :)
[14:33:52] <Valen> just make a template for the content page
[14:34:13] <Valen> heck with css you could even do the twiddly buttons i think
[14:34:20] <Valen> might need some java on that
[14:34:33] <jthornton> I did this web site http://smokeandstuff.com/
[14:34:42] <jthornton> for a friend of mine
[14:40:01] <Valen> not too bad, like me though you should probably think about getting some artistic help
[14:40:08] <Valen> I cant do graphics at all
[14:40:15] <Valen> i get people for that
[14:40:32] <Valen> but these days i just use open source templates and rev them up with PHP
[14:41:21] <jthornton> that whole site was done by hand... I have not had the time to doll it up yet :)
[14:42:12] <Valen> http://www.vapourforge.com/ is my missus last effort, I did the CMS for it
[14:42:31] <Valen> http://www.begatip.com.au/ is the last one i did from a template
[14:42:41] <Valen> the template looks nicer i think
[14:42:58] <Valen> we do all these by hand as well, no generators
[14:43:16] <jthornton> they both look nice and I agree the template looks a bit better
[14:44:35] <MarkPictor> MarkPictor is now known as MarkPictor-away
[15:12:00] <jthornton> Valen: the open source templates is cool, thank for the tip
[16:41:03] <tomp> tomp is now known as tom3p
[16:44:12] <tom3p> jthornton: look at 'gourmet' in synaptic. imports 'std' recipe files, allows pix/step, indexing. i can cut and paste from lotsa places, it figgers out the format and identifies stuff.
[16:44:38] <tom3p> http://grecipe-manager.sourceforge.net/
[17:43:13] <jthornton> thanks tom3p
[20:25:22] <maximilian_h> Anybody how can tell me why building my own ubuntu .deb package fails to sign the package with gpg and quits with an error ?
[20:34:58] <jepler> maximilian_h: dpkg-buildpackage will use the e-mail addres sspecified in debian/changelog by default. If you can't give this the right value for some reason, specicfy a different key (-k flag to dpkg-buildpackage), or -uc / -us to skip signing. -k, -uc, and -us are documented in man dpkg-buildpackage.
[20:35:41] <jepler> s/s ss/ss s/
[20:39:07] <maximilian_h> hey jepler: Thanks for answering! dpkg-buildpackage is the same as debuild, right ?
[20:40:00] <jepler> debuild creates all the files necessary for uploading a Debian package.
[20:40:01] <jepler> It first runs dpkg-buildpackage, then ...
[20:40:05] <jepler> not exactly
[20:40:53] <maximilian_h> ok, what is the right order of execution for me ?
[20:41:07] <maximilian_h> do i run dpkg-buildpackage by hand
[20:41:21] <maximilian_h> or do i let debuild handle things ?
[20:41:52] <jepler> I see in the 'examples' page of the fine debuild manpage that the -uc / -us flags are shown, so perhaps they're passed through.
[20:42:40] <maximilian_h> hehe, you can say rtfm to me ;) I won't be offended ;)
[20:43:00] <jepler> oh and there's an example with -k a bit further down
[20:43:18] <jepler> I run dpkg-buildpackage out of habit, so I'm not 100% sure. I'd have to try it, or you have to try it
[20:43:28] <maximilian_h> thanks a lot! I'll try your suggestions now!
[20:43:38] <maximilian_h> Bye
[20:50:59] <ZeroFlex> hmmz0rs
[23:03:59] <MarkusBec_away> MarkusBec_away is now known as MarkusBec
[23:11:13] <fenn> tom3p: was looking at this earlier today.. wonder if it ever went anywhere http://www.anthus.com/Recipes/CompCook.html
[23:29:22] <MarkusBec> MarkusBec is now known as MarkusBec_away
[23:29:30] <tom3p> fenn: i've looked around and never saw it before. i did find many google code & srcfrg projects. the are std formats for text based recipes and big repositories on the web already.
[23:30:44] <tom3p> i've 'gourmet' as i can hand it an url, and it finds and sorts the data ( even pix)
[23:30:55] <tom3p> i've adopted 'gourmet....
[23:31:26] <tom3p> done for the day, lets hurry up and have a weekend!
[23:48:10] <jst_home_> jst_home_ is now known as jst_home