Linuxcnc run step by step from line

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02 May 2019 07:21 #132494 by thang
I see linuxcnc can run step by step and also run from line but everytime i set run from line if i run step by step, program restart at line 0. Is it possible to make linuxcnc run step by step from line X?

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02 May 2019 10:53 #132511 by BigJohnT
In Axis you right click on the line and select "Run from here".

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05 May 2019 01:50 #132794 by tommylight
First left click on the line to select, then right click and "run from here".
If the first line is already selected ( as when opening a file ) you can right click at any line under but it will still run from the beginning.

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12 Apr 2020 15:50 #163777 by clunc
I've done this. However, it was the result of a crash and I was trying to skip the part of the program that had been cut.

That required me to insert a few lines before the point I wanted to resume, and then resume instead on the first inserted line.

I had lost my zero, so I had to pull out and re-home, reset the part's zero.

That means that the first inserted line is a move to a safe spot above the XY you wish to resume.
If the feedrate isn't included in the line you want to resume, set it. F
The next line is to turn on the spindle. I--almost--forgot that one when I went to resume. M3.
And the last one is an M0, pause, are you sure you've thought of everything?
(If the line I'm resuming at is a rapid, G0, I'll change that to a G1 F#<notsofast> to see if I was on the right track. You could even do that for a few lines and then put in another F to get back to normal.)

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13 Apr 2020 03:04 #163836 by thang
In my way, i created new function to do this by combine 2 main functions in python code:
1. Set new restart line (i found this function in vcp_toggleaction_run) so program will always restart at this line (default start line is line 0)
2. Run step by step.

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13 Apr 2020 19:42 #163896 by clunc
> 2. Run step by step.

Oh, no, not with 1,000,000+ lines left I won't... ;^) I've got to have some way of telling it, "Okay, looks good, you take over from here."

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