Remapping: Was: Stand Alone Interpe r ter

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29 May 2019 07:39 #135254 by partec
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29 May 2019 12:10 #135264 by bevins
IS there a question here?

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29 May 2019 13:18 #135268 by partec
Inter p e r t e r

should be corrected finally now to

Inter p r e t e r

that is all thank you

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29 May 2019 14:31 #135273 by andypugh
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29 May 2019 15:38 #135279 by bevins
Darn..... I thought this was going in the direction of getting a standalone interpreter working........ Because I cannot... lol

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29 May 2019 15:42 #135280 by andypugh

bevins wrote: Darn..... I thought this was going in the direction of getting a standalone interpreter working........ Because I cannot... lol


I confess I have never tried it, but are you saying it doesn't work?

linuxcnc.org/docs/2.7/html/code/rs274.html

It seems fairly simple...

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29 May 2019 15:55 #135283 by Grotius
@Andy,

It's not fixed when i open up the links. Please refresh your browser F5.


@Bevins,

Darn..... I thought this was going in the direction of getting a standalone interpreter working........ Because I cannot... lol


What do you want to achieve with a stand alone interpreter? Would it be better for the world? If you copy and paste pieces of linuxcnc
it stay's GPL2.

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29 May 2019 16:06 #135287 by bevins

Grotius wrote: @Andy,

It's not fixed when i open up the links. Please refresh your browser F5.


@Bevins,

Darn..... I thought this was going in the direction of getting a standalone interpreter working........ Because I cannot... lol


What do you want to achieve with a stand alone interpreter? Would it be better for the world? If you copy and paste pieces of linuxcnc
it stay's GPL2.


Because I want to study the behavior of the interpreter so I can understand better some of the things it does during a remap. Why it acts the way it does and maybe I can fix my remap once and for all. Track down why it decides to ignore commands etc....and also because it is interesting....lol;

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29 May 2019 16:25 - 29 May 2019 16:25 #135290 by andypugh

Grotius wrote: @Andy,
It's not fixed when i open up the links. Please refresh your browser F5.

You need to wait for the docs to regenerate. Might take a few days.

Because I want to study the behavior of the interpreter so I can understand better some of the things it does during a remap. Why it acts the way it does and maybe I can fix my remap once and for all. Track down why it decides to ignore commands etc....and also because it is interesting....lol;


I think that SAI is an entire separate implementation of G-code, so might not be useful for debugging the real interpreter.

I did my G71 work using a sim running in a VM.
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29 May 2019 16:26 #135291 by Grotius
@Bevins,

I am curious wich command's are ignored and what the bug's in remap are in your vision?
Maybe i can tell you some tip's after your info, maybe not :woohoo:

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