Enginuity XML expression bug?

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Enginuity XML expression bug?

Postby rob » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:22 am

Hi all,

I am new to enginuity and have been playing around with my own XML definitions. I am having a problem with setting expressions values. When I choose;

expression="10/x" to_byte="10*x"

I get the error from Enginutity that the values are invalid.

If this is wrong, how do I set up an inverse expression?

Thanks,
Rob
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Re: Enginuity XML expression bug?

Postby merchgod » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:42 am

expression="10/x" to_byte="10/x"
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Postby rob » Fri Jan 04, 2008 10:44 am

Ok thanks. I thought the to_byte was the inverse of expression. Can you explain what this means and why Enginuity complained with what I had?
Is there a description of all the XML tags documented anywhere?

OH......and is there a way to have non-contiguous address listed in one table?

Thanks agian,
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Postby merchgod » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:15 pm

rob wrote:Ok thanks. I thought the to_byte was the inverse of expression. Can you explain what this means and why Enginuity complained with what I had?

to_byte is the reverse expression. In your example, if the ECU value was 10, the displayed value would be 1, apply the reverse expression, ECU value = 10. The expression is a conversion from the ECU's raw value to a human readable value (or units you would prefer to work with). The reverse expression converts it back to the ECU's raw value when saving.

Is there a description of all the XML tags documented anywhere?

On the Enginuity site but it is currently down. If you have a question I can answer it.

OH......and is there a way to have non-contiguous address listed in one table?

No
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Postby rob » Fri Jan 04, 2008 4:31 pm

Ok, I had the concept right, but failed the basic algebra test. It would have been nice to put a different variable for the for_byte expression for dummies like me :)

Another question; I have a 64 entry 2D static table that is so long it is completely unreadable in the table window. Is it possible to break that 64 entry row into multiple rows in the same table? I don't really want to break it into multiple tables.

thanks,
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Postby merchgod » Fri Jan 04, 2008 6:49 pm

No, you'll have to break into multiple tables. Or you can use Ecuflash which displays 1d/2d tables vertically.
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Postby rob » Mon Jan 28, 2008 8:39 am

Is it possible to combine values from 2 different tables to make a new table?

-Rob
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Postby merchgod » Mon Jan 28, 2008 8:58 am

rob wrote:Is it possible to combine values from 2 different tables to make a new table?

-Rob

No, not with Ecuflash or Enginuity. I think Ecuedit might do that, but it is shareware.
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Postby rob » Mon Jan 28, 2008 9:01 am

man I am striking out here...... :D
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