LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI

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07 Mar 2016 19:11 #71176 by aer73
aer73 replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
@Fernv.
Many thanks for your words.Now i have a better idea.
Otherwise i want to be familiar with changes and practice over this version, no problem.
I try that you say to change language and if you can give me some more info, please.
Many thanks again for your great work and help. ;)

Kindly regards.
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11 Mar 2016 00:03 - 11 Mar 2016 00:04 #71365 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Hello

Next time, please post your question to this forum for everybody to see it and my answer.

For your translation, create a subdir : locale/es/LC_MESSAGES
Move your linuxcnc-features.mo in it

In a terminal type
cd /usr/share/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES
sudo ln /<full path to features sourse>/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES/linuxcnc-features.mo -s

That is all
Fernand
Last Edit: 11 Mar 2016 00:04 by FernV.
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11 Mar 2016 06:11 - 11 Mar 2016 06:11 #71380 by aer73
aer73 replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Hello.

Ok, many thanks and sorry FernV.
Now i get it and can continue translating.
Many thanks again.

Kindy regards.


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11 Mar 2016 20:16 #71447 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Hi Otto,

I finally reinstalled the first MB and CPU and removed the PCIe GC, using the on-board one and setting machine startup param isolcpus=1. I have now a decent performance. I made a thorough test and got MaxJitter of 37000 with the Athlon II X2. The new Athlon X4 with FM2 socket was not tested much, MaxJitter showing over 45000 (2950 for Athlon II) without any other application loaded and changing isolcpus=1 or 2 or 3 did not improve much.

Information about syntax highlighting and code folding is here forum.linuxcnc.org/forum/20-g-code/30552...h-code-folding#71379

Finaly I can now control the spindle speed of my mill through LCNC. I will be able to do more testing of my files before releasing.

Regards
Fernand
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09 Jun 2016 15:27 #75733 by fixer
fixer replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
hello Fernand,

I recently discovered what embedded python can do, take a look at this:
forum.linuxcnc.org/forum/20-g-code/27040...r-lathes-first-tests

This could be used for some advanced pocketing generators and I have an idea how to do "draw" feature a lot more eficiently. What do you think?
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09 Jun 2016 15:47 #75735 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Hi Mit

This is interesting indeed for lathe work. I also have some idea to make profile with Features also but it will be for later.

Development is going well and actual testing is well under way. I made a few videos and with a little more testing I will upload some preview of the next release. You should love it.

Regards
Fern
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24 Jun 2016 01:26 - 24 Jun 2016 01:28 #76526 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Hi guys

I just uploaded a preview video of the next release.



It is still a broken package with all the changes I have done, not ready to publish but this preview will give you a chance to evaluate and comment on the changes and submit your ideas.

Best regards
Fern
Last Edit: 24 Jun 2016 01:28 by FernV.
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24 Jun 2016 06:12 #76538 by aer73
aer73 replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Congratulations FernV.
Seems so good with a very nice changes.

Kindly regards.
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24 Jun 2016 22:12 #76610 by tommylight
tommylight replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
That is, for all intents and purposes, awesome!
With utmost respect,
Tom
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25 Jun 2016 20:21 #76657 by fixer
fixer replied the topic: LinuxCNC Features - a kind of NGCGUI
Looks great! Can't wait to see it in action!
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