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Revision 27 . . (edit) September 28, 2008 1:02 am by Chester
Revision 25 . . (edit) February 25, 2008 1:26 pm by Chris Morley
Revision 21 . . (edit) October 22, 2006 2:39 pm by Alex Joni [link to LadderProgramming]
  

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Added: 1a2,5
This page is WAY out of date now .

The concepts are the same but the version of classicladder is different and HAL has matured.

Go ahead and look at this page, then go here-> ClassicLadder



Added: 9a14,15
This page is quite dated but the ideas are basically the same (Feb 08)


Changed: 15,16c21

This command changes the ini file that emc will use to whatever filename you put in there. This ini file in turn calls a different hal file. That file demo_step_cl.hal starts up the real-time ladder interpreter and connects it to hal and the emc. This hal file also causes classicladder to read a ladder logic file named demo_step_cl.clp that provides the logic needed to get this version of emc into and out of estop properly.


Changed: 68c73
upload:editor1.png When you started emc2 using the command "sudo scripts/emc.run scripts/step_cl.ini" all of the widgets needed to edit ladder are available to you. Move the ladder display to the run you want to edit. This can be a bit tricky. There are little gray lines across the display between rungs.
upload:editor1.png When you started emc2 using the command "scripts/emc configs/demo_step_cl/demo_step_cl.ini" all of the widgets needed to edit ladder are available to you. Move the ladder display to the run you want to edit. This can be a bit tricky. There are little gray lines across the display between rungs.

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