Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0

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15 Apr 2019 07:01 #130892 by vmihalca
Replied by vmihalca on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
I am running 2.7.14, can I use gmoccapy 3.0?
Can you please detail a bit on how should I replace the current one (if I remember correcyly is 1.5 or smth like that)

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15 Apr 2019 20:44 #130924 by newbynobi
Replied by newbynobi on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
No, you can not use gmoccapy 3.0
To use it you will need master branch.

To test, just get the branch mentioned in an earlier post and compile as rip-environment.

Ich you do not know what i am talking about, we will need to begin very at the beginning.

Norbert

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17 Apr 2019 08:21 #131046 by vmihalca
Replied by vmihalca on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
First, I would need to understand if it worths/requires making the update.
I am using debian 9 preempt rt, I just ordered a capacitive display from aliexpress, I wanna build the controller for my mill.
For the controller itself I will use the minimum amount of buttons, cycle start, feed hold, and some other buttons that might improve the operating experience.
Does this new update adds something more relevant to gmoccapy that would improve the touch screen experience?
I assume I don't have to do any changes to my actual debian instalation.
I would assume its just new version of emc2 that includes these updates.
Also, do I need to make any changes to my ini/hal files or update to 2.8?

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18 Apr 2019 08:50 #131129 by pl7i92
Replied by pl7i92 on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
in the new release people taking about the stretch it will be in
github.com/LinuxCNC/stretch-live-build

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18 Apr 2019 09:09 #131134 by newbynobi
Replied by newbynobi on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
If you just use a normal mill or lathe, there will be no need to update, but if you use a lathe and want to use also a C axis, than an update will be recommend.

I need to do some more documentation, that is why I did not push this branch to master jet.

Norbert

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24 Apr 2019 19:23 #131787 by vmihalca
Replied by vmihalca on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
I just bought a 12'' touch screen (just realised its a bit too small), and since full hd looks too small, I've set it to 1280x720. Now the buttons are the correct size, but gmoccapy does not fit the entire screen, its cut on the bottom side.
I was wondering if newer versions don't have a fix for wider screens.
Can you advise on how could I fix this issue?

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29 Apr 2019 18:17 #132309 by vmihalca
Replied by vmihalca on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
I updated linuxcnc to 2.8.pre and tried to install glade editor and edit the glade file to make it fit my screen.
I am using Debian Stretch and the installed Glade editor had support only for GTK3 and the glade file used by gmoccapy is using 2.x if I remember correctly. I tried without success to install the GTK2 but I was unable to find it, thus I was unable to edit the glade file..
Any suggestions?

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29 Apr 2019 20:22 #132313 by newbynobi
Replied by newbynobi on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
Just install glade 3.8.6 and adjust gmoccapy.glade according to your needs. Do not remove or rename widgets!

Try this way : forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...lade-linuxcnc#112162

Norbert

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03 Jul 2019 16:59 #138547 by YRCNC
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Norbert

Which version of gmoccapy will be in the final version of 2.8? any progress with 3.0?

Is there a what's new list somewhere (on gmoccapy)?

thanks
Ruben

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04 Jul 2019 18:26 #138638 by newbynobi
Replied by newbynobi on topic Annoncing gmoccapy 3.0
Hallo Ruben,

gmoccapy 3.0 is finished, it is just missing the final documentation. I need urgently to find some time to do that doku.
I will push gmoccapy 3.0 as soon as possible to final 2.8 after that the only release I will support is 3.0!

It is quite to much work to support all releases.

Norbert

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