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21 Sep 2012 19:14 #24532 by meduag
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Hi BJ

I want to know if is possible to edit the GUI Axis :huh: , without adding new things with glade. :woohoo:

where is the axis GUI? :dry:

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21 Sep 2012 19:57 - 22 Sep 2012 11:57 #24535 by BigJohnT
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The Axis GUI is a TkInter project. If you have a git checkout look in /src/emc/usr_interf/axis for the python part of Axis iirc.

John
Last edit: 22 Sep 2012 11:57 by BigJohnT. Reason: dumb mistake

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21 Sep 2012 20:04 #24536 by meduag
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the GUI Axis, has an associeted file Pythom? :huh:

what their name?

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21 Sep 2012 20:14 #24538 by meduag
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/src/emc/usr_interf/axis iirc.
does not exist in my file system, may be another path?

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22 Sep 2012 05:11 #24543 by ArcEye
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Hi

If you want to edit the code to Axis, the answer to your question is simple.

/usr/bin/axis is the executable, except that because python is an interpreted language (in the main), this file is not a binary but the actual code.

Save a copy of it and edit away.
The copy I run has 4 different patches I made; to load the last file open at start up, set the font and size of the gcode display, write the name of the current loaded file to /tmp, write a time stamp report for each run of code etc.

The only problem is that each update of Linuxcnc you will have to check the axis file again and possibly re-incorporate your code if it has altered.

regards

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22 Sep 2012 06:33 #24544 by mhaberler
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BigJohnT wrote:

The Axis GUI is a Glade project. If you have a git checkout look in /src/emc/usr_interf/axis iirc.

John


I wish it were... it uses TkInter and some weird widgets plus actions layered deeply down in Tcl. I found it very hard to grasp what's going on in Axis by reading the code.

- Michael

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22 Sep 2012 11:46 - 22 Sep 2012 11:50 #24551 by BigJohnT
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mhaberler wrote:

BigJohnT wrote:

The Axis GUI is a Glade project. If you have a git checkout look in /src/emc/usr_interf/axis iirc.

John


I wish it were... it uses TkInter and some weird widgets plus actions layered deeply down in Tcl. I found it very hard to grasp what's going on in Axis by reading the code.

- Michael


Ah, sometimers creeping in I think... I was thinking of touchy I think or gui6 or gscreen or... who knows

In any case if you do a git checkout of LinuxCNC the python part of Axis will be found in /src/emc/usr_intf/axis and I have no idea where the TkInter part hides.

John
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22 Sep 2012 12:01 #24552 by BigJohnT
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meduag wrote:

/src/emc/usr_interf/axis iirc.


does not exist in my file system, may be another path?


You will have to do a git checkout of the files to find it in your home directory. See my above post for the link.

John

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24 Sep 2012 11:37 #24579 by andypugh
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BigJohnT wrote:

meduag wrote:

/src/emc/usr_interf/axis iirc.


does not exist in my file system, may be another path?

You will have to do a git checkout of the files to find it in your home directory. See my above post for the link.

The files still exist (and can be freely edited) in a normal LiveCD installation.

The axis Python code is in /usr/bin/axis. I can't recall where the corresponding tcl file is, but it's somewhere around there, possibly usr/share.

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