Couple of qtpyvcp questions

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23 Aug 2019 17:29 #142984 by persei8
Replied by persei8 on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions
Unfortunately, I don't think qtvcp and qtpyvcp can coexist. I cannot get designer -qt=5 to work but editvcp works just fine. What I did is create a GUI within an environment as defined at qtpyvcp.kcjengr.com/index.html . I do not see any signals called percentDone for the gcode editor widget. However, your reply has given me the means to make some progress. To make a periodic timer, I use :
from PyQt5.QtCore import QTimer
class (blah blah)
self.timer = QTimer()
self.timer.timeout.connect(self.handleTimer)
self.timer.start(1000)

def handleTimer(self):
etc.

On to the next problem.

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23 Aug 2019 17:34 #142985 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions
Ahh yes you are using qtpyvcp.
Qtpyvcp doesn't use gobject.
Glad I could off handily help :)

Chris

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23 Aug 2019 20:38 #143008 by BigJohnT

cmorley wrote: Hey John when I visit this page:
linuxcnc.org/docs/
One can not select 2.8 docs.

Chris


That's the 2.7 documents, To select a different version you have to go to the main LinuxCNC page and select Documents to view the selections for current documents or Archives for past versions.

JT

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23 Aug 2019 20:49 #143009 by persei8
Replied by persei8 on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions
While the timer works, it's not the way to go. Your other suggestion is the one I am trying to implement. Is there a way to read the total number of lines contained in the gcode editor? I cannot find any documentation regarding gcode editor signals.

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24 Aug 2019 01:36 #143024 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions

BigJohnT wrote:

cmorley wrote: Hey John when I visit this page:
linuxcnc.org/docs/
One can not select 2.8 docs.

Chris


That's the 2.7 documents, To select a different version you have to go to the main LinuxCNC page and select Documents to view the selections for current documents or Archives for past versions.

JT

Did you actual check the link I posted?
It is the page to select which version of docs you wish to see.

Chris

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24 Aug 2019 01:38 #143025 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions

persei8 wrote: While the timer works, it's not the way to go. Your other suggestion is the one I am trying to implement. Is there a way to read the total number of lines contained in the gcode editor? I cannot find any documentation regarding gcode editor signals.


So you are using qtpyvcp - this is a completely different project base then qtvcp.
They are very similar but not compatible.
So my suggestion to you is useless.
I don't know much about qtpyvcp - it's developed outside of linuxcnc.

Chris

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24 Aug 2019 02:07 #143029 by persei8
Replied by persei8 on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions
Yeah I figured out they were incompatible. However, I am so far into it now that I do not want to switch over. Anyway, it turns out I do need the timer because if you update the progress bar too quickly, it causes a segmentation fault. I now have the progress bar working so you will not hear any more about it. :) And your suggestions are far from useless. Even the smallest hint can be used to start down the right path to a solution. Thank you.
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28 Aug 2019 20:33 #143473 by andypugh

cmorley wrote: It is the page to select which version of docs you wish to see.


How dod you get there?

linuxcnc.org/documents/

Seems to work.

linuxcnc.org/docs/

Doesn't work. Did you use an old bookmark?

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28 Aug 2019 20:39 #143475 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Couple of qtpyvcp questions
yes - and it gives more options - all docs are available

linuxcnc.org/docs works for me other then 2.8 is missing.

Thanks for looking into it.
Chris

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29 Aug 2019 23:16 #143616 by BigJohnT

cmorley wrote: yes - and it gives more options - all docs are available

linuxcnc.org/docs works for me other then 2.8 is missing.

Thanks for looking into it.
Chris


The linuxcnc.org/docs is the current stable release with no options to view any other versions. To view all the documents you have to go to linuxcnc.org and start from there.

JT

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