Gmoccapy Bug?

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06 Jan 2017 12:46 #85333 by racedirector
Gmoccapy Bug? was created by racedirector
Found something weird with both the LCNC 2.7 and 2.8 versions of gmoccapy.....

With a file running press Pause, then press Stop. In both versions the spindle turned off but the axis moved as it was doing so, ala Mach3. I did not expect this so I didn't bother to raise the Z from where it was and the machine dragged the slowing bit through the job until whatever was stored in whatever buffer ran out.

I know this isn't a LinuxCNC thing 'cause Axis and PathPilot don't do it, they just stop the spindle in the above scenario.

Pressing just Stop works "as intended", Spindle stops and the axis' don't move at all.

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06 Jan 2017 22:10 - 06 Jan 2017 22:11 #85362 by newbynobi
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I will chech as soon as possible,
I have not noticed that.

Norbert
Last edit: 06 Jan 2017 22:11 by newbynobi.

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07 Jan 2017 10:41 #85392 by newbynobi
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@racedirector,

I could only test with sim, as I destroyed yesterday my spindle and have disarmed my machine :-(
But I may have found a solution. I added a additional command.aboard() even if that command is
called one cycle later from hal_action.

I pushed that to master (gmoccapy 2.2.2).
Please pull and test that one. If the work around solve the isue, I will add that too to 2.7 and 2.6 release.

Norbert

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07 Jan 2017 22:34 #85430 by thor44
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I also have a similar problem. I can pause the machine but if I stop the machine in mid program the machine will skip(move) to a new line sometimes several hundred lines down in the program and then stop.

How do I get gmoccapy 2.2.2? and how do I install it?

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07 Jan 2017 23:32 - 07 Jan 2017 23:32 #85432 by racedirector
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@racedirector,

I could only test with sim, as I destroyed yesterday my spindle and have disarmed my machine :-(
But I may have found a solution. I added a additional command.aboard() even if that command is
called one cycle later from hal_action.

I pushed that to master (gmoccapy 2.2.2).
Please pull and test that one. If the work around solve the isue, I will add that too to 2.7 and 2.6 release.

Norbert

Thanks Norbert

I will do that today, too hot to be in the garage today, 35C +
Last edit: 07 Jan 2017 23:32 by racedirector.

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08 Jan 2017 14:46 #85468 by newbynobi
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We are at -9 degree celsius?

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08 Jan 2017 15:13 #85470 by tommylight
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We are at -9 degree celsius?


Minus 13 C here, last night went to -22.
I miss the sun..........who was complaining about to hot????? Wana trade?
:cheer: :cheer:

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08 Jan 2017 15:22 #85471 by thor44
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Norbert

Were are you?
It was 0 Celsius this morning here in Orem Utah and its warm today.

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08 Jan 2017 16:43 #85474 by newbynobi
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In the North of Germany, near Hannover ;-)

Norbert

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08 Jan 2017 16:46 #85475 by newbynobi
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I also have a similar problem. I can pause the machine but if I stop the machine in mid program the machine will skip(move) to a new line sometimes several hundred lines down in the program and then stop.

How do I get gmoccapy 2.2.2? and how do I install it?


From source:

linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/code/building-linuxcnc.html

or use buildbot.

Norbert

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