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Delwaq problem by generating proc_def.def and proc_def.dat

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Gholamreza Shiravani, modified 1 Year ago.

Delwaq problem by generating proc_def.def and proc_def.dat

Padawan Posts: 65 Join Date: 6/25/16 Recent Posts

Dear Delwaq developers,

I am trying to follow the instructions on page 30 of the Open Processes Liberary (OPL) manual. I did it for both Linux as well as Windows, but none of them produced the proc_def.def and proc_def.dat after compiling (the compiled results are attached). I think this was not mentioned in manualĀ or Delwaq has a problem by producing the proc_def files. Could anyone tell me what should I do after build/compilingĀ ?

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Arjen Markus, modified 1 Year ago.

RE: Delwaq problem by generating proc_def.def and proc_def.dat

Jedi Knight Posts: 223 Join Date: 1/26/11 Recent Posts

The definition of the processes you add via the Open PLCT GUI to the set is automatically stored in the processes library files you selected. If you open those, then you should be able to see the new processes. Note that this may be the processes library files that come with the installation.

By the way: I have added the makefiles needed to make the waqpb programs on Linux - these were missing (we simply never created them for these tools). After an update of the source code you should be able to build them as part of the general build process.

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Craig Evans, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: Delwaq problem by generating proc_def.def and proc_def.dat

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 6/16/20 Recent Posts
Arjen Markus:

The definition of the processes you add via the Open PLCT GUI to the set is automatically stored in the processes library files you selected. If you open those, then you should be able to see the new processes. Note that this may be the processes library files that come with the installation.
By the way: I have added the makefiles needed to make the waqpb programs on Linux resume examples online - these were missing (we simply never created them for these tools). After an update of the source code you should be able to build them as part of the general build process.
Dear Arjen,
Thank you very much for the explanation. It works now.
Cheers