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[SOLVED] MacroSlave Command issues at Bootup


KEJR
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I was doing some work with the MacroSlave command in the terminal to find out what worked. I then copied this into my C program as a Pmac command and it worked initially.

 

When I powered down my machine and ran the program again I got an error on the first calls to MacroSlave commands. The error returned was: "MACRO PORT NOT OPEN"

 

After issuing some MacroSlave commands in the IDE terminal I was able to send MacroSlave commands from C. Is there something additional I need in the C environment for the Macro commands that I don't need at the terminal?

 

Here is my code:

 

Command("MacroSlave0,i1145=0");

Command("MacroSlave1,i1146=0");

 

As a test I re-powered the machine, issued some MacroSlave query from terminal, and then continued my C program with no faults. Doing this same procedure without the MacroSlave query in the terminal prior causes the fault.

 

KEJR

 

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For now in C program you can call the OpenMacro() function call in a C program and the script and C API functions will work after this. I've been told future releases will fix this. Not a problem for me now that I know.

 

Thanks,

KEJR

 

 

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