how I can update gmoccapy

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29 Jul 2019 17:29 #140901 by silden
Hi All,
I recently moved moved to 2.8 pre through buildbot and have a question.
I have version 2.3.5 right now.
We rebuild Linuxcnc but ended up with the same version.

How can I update gmoccapy to the latest version aka 3.0?

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29 Jul 2019 18:24 - 29 Jul 2019 18:25 #140907 by newbynobi
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If you can not wait till second August week (I will update 2.8 at first August weekend), then you will need to pull the branch directly from my github account. gmoccapy_3.0

Norbert
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29 Jul 2019 21:33 #140923 by silden
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Hi Norbert,
Thank you for the fast reply.
Should I pull the full Linuxcnc or just the gmoccapy folder?

Thanks,
Denis

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30 Jul 2019 05:11 #140938 by newbynobi
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Halo Denis,

you need to pull the complete branch and run it rip-environment.
Please test and report errors or missing features.

CombiDRO has a new feature, if you click on the numbers, it will toggle the DRO as known, but clicking on the axis letter will open directly the touch off dialog. That way you need less clicks.

Norbert
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20 May 2021 10:04 #209630 by HalaszAttila
Hello,

for a special application I try to little modify the gmoccapy gui.
I changed the gmoccapy. glade file in glade editor (file location: linuxcnc/share/gmoccapy/gmoccapy.glade).
But i dont know how to build it.

Sometimes i write custom hal components, and these i compile with ->
linuxcnc/src make clean
linuxcnc/src make
linuxcnc/src sudo make setuid

and with this, my components compiled in linuxcnc, and can use them in HAL.
But after modifying gmocappy.glade, and executing make... commands, the gui modification not applied.
Can you help how to build just a gmoccapy glade modification?

I use linuxcnc 2.7.15
gmoccapy 1.5.11

Thanks.

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23 May 2021 09:16 #209881 by newbynobi
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You changed the wrong file ;-)

Please edit /src/emc/usr_intf/gmoccapy/gmoccpay.glade

After runing make it will copy the new file to share/gmoccapy and will use the modified one.

Norbert
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13 Feb 2023 15:05 #264431 by HalaszAttila
Hello, can you help me how to pull the complete branch to update gmoccapy to newest?
I have downloaded source of linuxcnc 2.8.4, with gmoccapy 3.1.3.8. I know to recompile the LinuxCNC, but dont know how to update just the gmoccapy.
Thanks, Attila

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13 Feb 2023 16:29 #264435 by HansU
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Why don't you want to install the complete LinuxCNC 2.8.4 package?

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13 Feb 2023 16:43 #264437 by HalaszAttila
I downloaded the LinuxCNC source with this line:
git clone github.com/LinuxCNC/linuxcnc.git linuxcnc
then ./configure, and make it. In it the gmoccapy is v3.1.3.8.
Did I do something wrong?
What is your suggestion, how to get the newest gmoccapy? I am not a linux fan :D

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13 Feb 2023 18:42 #264448 by HansU
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The easiest would be just to update it using the package manager. If you are using debian you can use the Synaptic package manager. Otherwise you could download a debian package (*.deb) and install that.
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