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Subject: Re: Help creating motorR6-9 examples
From: Guilherme Jovanini Montagner <guilherme@setup.com.br>
To: "Ronald L. Sluiter" <sluiter@anl.gov>
Cc: tech-talk <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2017 17:20:34 -0300 (BRT)
And when I run make from the top, it outputs the same error message.

Guilherme Jovanini Montagner 
+55 19 2517.8911 
+55 19 99806.9117 
guilherme@setup.com.br

----- Mensagem original -----
De: "guilherme" <guilherme@setup.com.br>
Para: "Ronald L. Sluiter" <sluiter@anl.gov>
Cc: "tech-talk" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Enviadas: Terça-feira, 12 de setembro de 2017 17:13:40
Assunto: Re: Help creating motorR6-9 examples

Hi again. Yes, I have run make from the top, and after, tried running it again from the child directory.

Guilherme Jovanini Montagner 
+55 19 2517.8911 
+55 19 99806.9117 
guilherme@setup.com.br

----- Mensagem original -----
De: "Ronald L. Sluiter" <sluiter@anl.gov>
Para: "guilherme" <guilherme@setup.com.br>, "tech-talk" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Enviadas: Terça-feira, 12 de setembro de 2017 17:06:32
Assunto: Re: Help creating motorR6-9 examples

If you did not run "make" from the top level "motorR6-9" directory, that could 
be why you are getting these errors. The EPICS motor module, like EPICS base and 
most other EPICS modules, assumes that "make" is run 1st from the top level 
directory. After running 'make' from the top level you can make custom changes 
and taylor the module to your specific needs, but you should run make from the 
top 1st.

Ron

On 09/12/2017 02:57 PM, Ronald L. Sluiter wrote:
> Hello Guilherme,
>
> I am guessing that the SoftMotorSrc directory did not get built. If you 'ls' 
> the SoftMotorSrc directory you should get this;
>
>> % ls motorApp/SoftMotorSrc
>> devSoftAux.cc  devSoft.cc  devSoft.h  devSoftMotor.dbd Makefile  O.Common  
>> O.linux-x86_64
> and there should be a 'devSoftMotor.dbd' file installed in the top 'dbd' 
> directory.
>
>> galadriel% ls dbd
>> ACRMotorSupport.dbd  devDeltaTau.dbd        devMclennanMotor.dbd 
>> devNewport.dbd  devPIJena.dbd *devSoftMotor.dbd* MicronixSupport.dbd  
>> motorSupport.dbd         omsAsynSupport.dbd
>> devAcsMotor.dbd      devFaulhaberMotor.dbd  devMicos.dbd devOms.dbd      
>> devPIMotor.dbd      devSPiiPlus.dbd motorRecord.dbd      NoAsyn.dbd       
>>       phytron.dbd
>> devAerotech.dbd      devImsMotor.dbd        devMicroMo.dbd devOriel.dbd      
>> devSmarActMCSMotor.dbd  devThorLabs.dbd motorSim.dbd         NoAsynVx.dbd   
>>       PI_GCS2Support.dbd
>> devAttocube.dbd      devKohzuMotor.dbd        devNewFocus.dbd 
>> devPC6K.dbd      devSmartMotorMotor.dbd  HytecMotorDriver.dbd 
>> motorSimSupport.dbd  NPointMotorSupport.dbd
>
> What do you see in those two directories?
>
> Ron
>
> On 09/12/2017 02:25 PM, Guilherme Jovanini Montagner wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I'm involved in a Project in which EPICS is to be used, and am currently 
>> trying to create a working example using a PI piezo controller.
>> I want some help doing this.
>> I've uncommented the lines
>>
>> DIRS += motorExApp iocBoot
>> motorExApp_DEPEND_DIRS = motorApp
>> iocBoot_DEPEND_DIRS = motorExApp
>>
>> from the top makefile. I've also uncommented the line "MOTOR=$(TOP)" in 
>> configure/RELEASE file
>> Also, on the file motorApp/Makefile, I've got the lines
>>
>> DIRS +=PIGCS2Src
>> PIGCS2Src_DEPEND_DIRS = MotorSrc
>>
>> uncommented.
>>
>> The problem is, when I run make on top, I get the following message:
>>
>> [setup@localhost motorExApp]$ make
>> make -C ./NoAsyn install
>> make[1]: Entering directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn'
>> make -C O.linux-x86_64 -f ../Makefile TOP=../../.. \
>>     T_A=linux-x86_64 install
>> make[2]: Entering directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn/O.linux-x86_64'
>> Creating dbd file NoAsyn.dbd
>> perl -CSD /home/setup/Downloads/base-3.16.1/bin/linux-x86_64/dbdExpand.pl -I. 
>> -I.. -I../O.Common -I../../../dbd 
>> -I/home/setup/Downloads/support/asyn4-31/dbd 
>> -I/home/setup/Downloads/base-3.16.1/dbd -o NoAsyn.dbd base.dbd 
>> motorRecord.dbd devSoftMotor.dbd Misc.dbd
>> dbdExpand.pl: Can't find file 'devSoftMotor.dbd'
>>   while reading 'devSoftMotor.dbd' to create 'NoAsyn.dbd'
>>   Your Makefile may need this dependency rule:
>>     $(COMMON_DIR)/NoAsyn.dbd: $(COMMON_DIR)/devSoftMotor.dbd
>> dbdExpand.pl: Exiting due to errors
>> make[2]: *** [../O.Common/NoAsyn.dbd] Error 255
>> make[2]: Leaving directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn/O.linux-x86_64'
>> make[1]: *** [install.linux-x86_64] Error 2
>> make[1]: Leaving directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn'
>> make: *** [NoAsyn.install] Error 2
>>
>>
>>
>> Then, I proceeded to add the mentioned line on motorExApp/NoAsyn/Makefile:
>>
>> #----------------------------------------
>> #
>>  ADD MACRO DEFINITIONS AFTER THIS LINE
>> #=============================
>> $(COMMON_DIR)/NoAsyn.dbd: $(COMMON_DIR)/devSoftMotor.dbd
>> PROD_IOC_DEFAULT = NoAsyn
>> PROD_IOC_vxWorks = NoAsynVx
>>
>> COMMONDBDS  = base.dbd
>> COMMONDBDS += motorRecord.dbd
>> COMMONDBDS += devSoftMotor.dbd
>> #!COMMONDBDS += devMXmotor.dbd
>>
>>
>>
>> but when I run make again, after doing that, I get the following error:
>>
>>
>>
>> [setup@localhost motorExApp]$ make
>> make -C ./NoAsyn install
>> make[1]: Entering directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn'
>> make -C O.linux-x86_64 -f ../Makefile TOP=../../.. \
>>     T_A=linux-x86_64 install
>> make[2]: Entering directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn/O.linux-x86_64'
>> Creating dbd file devSoftMotor.dbd
>> perl -CSD /home/setup/Downloads/base-3.16.1/bin/linux-x86_64/dbdExpand.pl -I. 
>> -I.. -I../O.Common -I../../../dbd 
>> -I/home/setup/Downloads/support/asyn4-31/dbd 
>> -I/home/setup/Downloads/base-3.16.1/dbd -o devSoftMotor.dbd
>> dbdExpand.pl: No input files for devSoftMotor.dbd
>> make[2]: *** [../O.Common/devSoftMotor.dbd] Error 255
>> make[2]: Leaving directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn/O.linux-x86_64'
>> make[1]: *** [install.linux-x86_64] Error 2
>> make[1]: Leaving directory 
>> `/home/setup/Downloads/support/motor/motorR6-9/motorExApp/NoAsyn'
>> make: *** [NoAsyn.install] Error 2
>> [setup@localhost motorExApp]$
>>
>> I don't know where is this devSoftMotor.dbd being called, and why it doesn't 
>> have input arguments.
>>
>> Could you help me, please?
>> Thanks,
>> Guilherme
>>
>>
>> *Guilherme Jovanini Montagner*
>> +55 19 2517.8911
>> +55 19 99806.9117
>> guilherme@setup.com.br
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>

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