'--shutdown--' 'pulse length' 'value' ??

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'--shutdown--' 'pulse length' 'value' ??
« on: 12 / February / 2009, 14:11:32 »
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I've recently updated from a >6 month old version of CHDK to  ver0.9.6-706, dated Feb 5 2009.

Under the 'Scripting Parameters' menu there is now a ---shutdown--- entry followed by 'pulse length'  and 'value'.

Can anyone explain how these are used, or better yet, point me to some documentation? My searches so far have been fruitless.

Thanks in advance,
Angus

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Re: '--shutdown--' 'pulse length' 'value' ??
« Reply #1 on: 14 / February / 2009, 05:13:47 »
uhm, this is no feature of chdk. looks like sdm to me, though i am not sure, since i dont use that.

Re: '--shutdown--' 'pulse length' 'value' ??
« Reply #2 on: 14 / February / 2009, 06:44:49 »
Under the 'Scripting Parameters' menu there is now a ---shutdown--- entry followed by 'pulse length'  and 'value'.


I think you are referring to the parameters of the currently-loaded script, not a menu item.


What is the script name  ?


David

Solved Re: '--shutdown--' 'pulse length' 'value' ??
« Reply #3 on: 14 / February / 2009, 14:00:52 »
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I think you are referring to the parameters of the currently-loaded script, not a menu item
That's it. I hadn't made the connection between this old script and what was appearing in the menu
The first 3 lines of shutdown.bas:
  @title shutdown
  @param a pulse length 0
  @param b value 0
   . . .

Thanks and please excuse my red face,
Angus


 

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