QtDragon, Linuxcnc 2.9pre, and Debian 12 (bookworm)

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03 Sep 2022 18:11 - 03 Sep 2022 18:13 #251122 by Roguish
ok, let me figure out how to do a diff....
and I'll post it. hopefully
was hole_circle.py ok to look at and cleanup??

and I tried to run qtdesigner.   it errored out on startup with the same type of error.  but no details, that I know of.

 
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03 Sep 2022 19:06 #251125 by Roguish
Chris.
well. let's see.
I downloaded the current source from github.
did diff on both files as compared to mine.
1st command:  diff  mods__simple_widgets.py  src__simple_widgets.py >  diff__simple_widgets.py.txt
2nd command:  diff   mods__hole_circle.py   src__hole_circle.py  >   diff__hole_circle.py.txt

the diff files are attached.

I also check on an update via synaptic.  see the image attached.  no updates available. ??
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03 Sep 2022 19:54 #251130 by cmorley
The file you have installed are not current it seems. I don't recognize the version number.

I think I have figured out hole_circle from your changes.
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03 Sep 2022 20:06 - 03 Sep 2022 20:12 #251132 by Roguish
can I copy lots of the python source files from github directly to my installed directories? since they are not compiled.

I do not see any of the regular programmers on the IRC today. maybe tomorrow. When I do, I will ask about how to get an update....

Slightly different topic, but since I have your attention...
why in dragon, can't a gcode file name have an embedded dot?    like:     'contour .750 outside.ngc'
I like to put the tool size in the file name.
works in axis ok.
seems like a parsing issue.....
 
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03 Sep 2022 20:15 #251133 by cmorley
It is possible to copy over the files but they are so different that there are probably other files that need to change too. You are playing with fire there.

When you look at the diff file for simple_widgets, did you notice it had way more changes then you did? If you only did a few things, that is what I need to see.

It has been reported that the buildbot as very slow now - like 12 hours a build a package.
If that is true, then it's not surprising if things are behind.
We are in a great state of flux behind the scenes with doc/buildbot infrastructure updates.

Chris

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03 Sep 2022 20:21 #251134 by cmorley
looks like your code is from before aug 26th

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03 Sep 2022 22:17 - 03 Sep 2022 22:18 #251145 by Roguish
I found a src file from July to compare with my current simple_widgets.pyI edited it a bit and deleted a few lines that I did not modify.  Probably some lines you added between July and Aug.see the file attached.hope it helps. 
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04 Sep 2022 15:58 - 04 Sep 2022 16:22 #251173 by Roguish
I see in the mail list that a new version is accepted in the debian system.
Hopefully some of our changes made it.
I will check it out.....
found where to see when it was submitted.     tracker.debian.org/pkg/linuxcnc

linuxcnc (2.9.0~pre0+git20220903.c8c4c539b1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

* New upstream version 2.9.0~pre0+git20220903.c8c4c539b1
* regenerate debian/* files using d/configure
* Update docs & translations.
* QtVCP fixes & improvements.
* Work around autopkgtest failure.

-- Sebastian Kuzminsky <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> Sat, 03 Sep 2022 16:29:26 -0600
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06 Sep 2022 10:42 #251278 by rodw
This had a QTplasmac bug in it and it has been replaced by linuxcnc_2.9.0~pre0+git20220905.b2e28a88c3 one hour ago from when I write this.
Hopefully it is all updated by the morning and I'll check it in  sid.

It takes roughy a couple of weeks to get to Bookworm from Sid.

The code sent to Debian should be current to today from what I can work out.

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06 Sep 2022 11:05 #251284 by tommylight
Last night it was stil on 03092022.

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