Thethat I divided them amongst about 18 Kicad symbols, every amassing the pins associated with one serve as:
The Kicad references (
halui.mode.100(*14*)) use sessions as separators, now not dashes, as a result of
HALUI(*14*) runs automagically and has no thread purposes.
The logo title (
HALUI_MODE(*14*)) serves as a novel identifier that are supposed to fit the reference stem. I used underscores only for beautiful, however it doesn’t make any distinction.
The entire Kicad symbols come with the. The Kicad annotations now birth from 100, as a result of I’m in the middle of tinkering an automagic option to produce the correct start-from-zero HAL numbering with the whole lot correctly taken care of; that is very a lot a piece in development.
So the whole title of the
resume(*14*) pin at the
HALUI_PROGRAM(*14*) element wearing Kicad reference
halui.program.100(*14*) is solely:
This corresponds to the outline of that pin within the
The web connecting the gamepad button to that pin:
internet _Gamepad_Buttons_Program-Resume <= enter.0.btn-base4 => halui.program.resume
A couple of extra examples from the nets close to the AND2 gate:
internet _Gamepad_Buttons_E-Forestall-A <= enter.0.btn-top2 => and2.0.in0 internet _Gamepad_Buttons_E-Forestall-B <= enter.0.btn-base => and2.0.in1 internet _Gamepad_Buttons_E-Forestall-Reset <= enter.0.btn-base2 => halui.estop.reset internet _Gamepad_Buttons_Machine-On <= enter.0.btn-pinkie => halui.device.on internet _Gamepad_Buttons_Manual-Mode <= enter.0.btn-base3 => halui.mode.handbook
HALUI(*14*) element references come with numbers and letters figuring out particular joints / axes / spindles, all of which you should edit as wanted and none(*18*) of which will have to be subjected to Kicad’s renumbering whims:
The HAL instructions generating the nets connecting the
AND2(*14*) gates to the
internet N_065 <= and2.14.out => halui.axis.x.minus halui.joint.0.minus internet N_066 <= and2.15.out => halui.axis.x.plus halui.joint.0.plus
The nets lack any particular title, so
Kicad-to-HAL(*14*) replaces Kicad’s default gibberish with the following integer from an ascending collection. In case your HAL configuration calls for greater than three digits value of nameless nets, be happy to tweak the structure string.