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17 Jun 2020 18:44 #171917 by tommylight

any arguments against using dialog?

That would be soooo undemocratic! :)
You mean:
-chose base or no base,
-enter time,
etc ???
Since it would be easier to use, use the dialog with the choice of pressing enter for any of the answers and using default values for them, or entering values. Two hours are OK, nobase should be default, so it removes the base period time question.

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17 Jun 2020 18:57 #171918 by seuchato

That would be soooo undemocratic! :)

Ain't that the way we life since a few years? :-]

Since it would be easier to use, use the dialog with the choice of pressing enter for any of the answers and using default values for them, or entering values. Two hours are OK, nobase should be default, so it removes the base period time question.


Yes, I intend to give dafault values or options, that users could alter or select.
So I interpret your statement as "Yes, use dialog"

Got some time tomorrow...
greez
chris
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17 Jun 2020 19:22 #171919 by tommylight

So I interpret your statement as "Yes, use dialog"

Correct.

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18 Jun 2020 12:46 #172006 by seuchato
How can I get the version of latency-histogram?

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18 Jun 2020 12:50 #172007 by tommylight
No idea, since --help does not show anything about it.

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18 Jun 2020 13:26 #172008 by seuchato
Got it:
LCNCData() {

  echo "LinuxCNC related data:" 
  LCNCVersion=$(apt list linuxcnc-uspace | awk '{print $2}'
  echo "LinuxCNC version is: $LCNCVersion"
  printf '=%.0s' {1..80} 
  echo "" 

}

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18 Jun 2020 13:39 #172009 by tommylight

How can I get the version of latency-histogram?

You asked for the histogram ???

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18 Jun 2020 13:55 #172010 by seuchato
Yes, but I assume, that is tied to the version of linuxcnc, Am I wrong?

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18 Jun 2020 14:11 - 18 Jun 2020 14:12 #172011 by tommylight
Nope, you are not, although i can not recall any changes to latency histogram, so not sure if it has a version.
But tying it to the LinuxCNC version is a good idea.
Thank you.
Edit:
LinuxCNC has also a build number besides the general version.
Last edit: 18 Jun 2020 14:12 by tommylight. Reason: More info

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18 Jun 2020 17:37 #172022 by seuchato

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LinuxCNC has also a build number besides the general version.


+ might be easier to depict
question: what is more "unique": Build No. or general version? What would users relate to?
- I have no Idea, how to extract that build No. from a bash script, help appreciated

Greez
chris

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