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Subject: Bug in OMS Driver routines
From: Guy Jennings <Guy_Jennings@qmgate.anl.gov>
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 1996 13:14:14 -0600
Is this a bug ?

In Epics r3.12.2, the file "drvOms.c" contains an intialisation of

char	oms_motor_specifier[MAX_OMS_CHANNELS+1] = {'X','Y','Z','T','U','V'};

(i.e. supports only 6 axes) whereas the rest of the code allows the two 
additional axes 'R' and 'S'.   I assume that this should be

char	oms_motor_specifier[MAX_OMS_CHANNELS+1] = {'X','Y','Z','T','U','V','R','S'};

or even (to be excessively anal!)

const char* const oms_motor_specifier = "XYZTUVRS";

Guy Jennings


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