Well a new day... and still trying! :)
I cant get ANYWHERE with those command lines posted.. not sure if those are for WINDOWS or not?
I dont recognize the > stuff in there?
so I tried to remove those and use slashes like Windows does for its pathing..
and it looks like Im getting a step closer.. but still more odd errors:
C:\Documents and Settings\whispers>C:\gerber2graphtec-master>gerber2graphtec.py
test.gbr > result.txt
'C:\gerber2graphtec-master' is not recognized as an internal or external command operable program or batch file.
usage: gerber2graphtec [options] paste.gbr >/dev/usb/lp0
--offset x,y translate to device coordinates x,y (inches)
--border bx,by leave a border around the bounding box of the gerber file
--matrix a,b,c,d transform coordinates by [a b;c d]
--speed s[,s2[,s3]] use speed s in device units; s2,s3 for multiple passes
--force f[,f2[,f3]] use force f in device units; f2,f3 for multiple passes
--cut_mode [0|1] 0 for highest accuracy (fine pitch), 1 for highest speed
--offset 4.0,0.5 suitable for letter size (portrait) on the Cameo, fed as "me
dia" not "mat"
--border 1,1 1-inch border in x and y around gerber bounding box
--matrix 1,0,0,1 identity linear transform for scale and skew calibration
--speed 2,2 use two passes, speed 2 in each pass
--force 8,30 use force 8 for first pass, force 30 for second pass
--cut_mode 0 highest accuracy
C:\>C:\gerber2graphtec-master\gerber2graphtec.py test.gbr > result.txt
'C:/Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Problem during opening C:\Program Files\pstoedit\drvmagick.dll:The specified mod
ule could not be found.
Problem during opening of pstoedit driver plugin: C:\Program Files\pstoedit\drvm
agick.dll. This is no problem as long the driver in this library is not needed.
Possibly you need to install further libraries and/or extend the LD_LIBRARY_PATH
(*nix) or PATH (Windows) environment variables.
Could not open file _tmp_gerber.pdf for input
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\gerber2graphtec-master\gerber2graphtec.py", line 104, in <module>
strokes = pic.read_pic(temp_pic)
File "C:\gerber2graphtec-master\pic.py", line 5, in read_pic
f = open(filename,"r")
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '_tmp_gerber.pic'
Anybody help out with some suggestions for WINDOWS users to get this up and running?
How does this 'command line' stuff actually find or use the Eagle file you want to use as the source for cutting?
Needs to be in some directory with it?
(command line stuff is kaka!) lol