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A type of LogicBlock which tracks many different events (steps) towards a goal.
The steps are able to happen in any order.
Accessing accruals in code
The device collection which contains the accruals in your machine is available via
self.machine.accruals. For example, to access one called “foo”, you would use
self.machine.accruals.foo. You can also access accruals in dictionary form, e.g.
You can also get devices by tag or hardware number. See the DeviceCollection documentation for details.
Methods & Attributes
Accruals have the following methods & attributes available. Note that methods & attributes inherited from base classes are not included here.
Mark this logic block as complete.
Posts the ‘events_when_complete’ events and optionally restarts this logic block or disables it, depending on this block’s configuration settings.
Return if completed.
Disable this logic block.
Automatically called when one of the disable_event events is posted. Can also manually be called.
Enable this logic block.
Automatically called when one of the enable_event events is posted. Can also manually be called.
Return if enabled.
get_start_value() → List[bool]¶
Return start states.
hit(step: int, **kwargs)¶
Increase the hit progress towards completion.
Automatically called when one of the count_events is posted. Can also manually be called.
Parameters: step – Integer of the step number (0 indexed) that was just hit.
raise_config_error(msg, error_no, *, context=None)¶
Raise a ConfigFileError exception.
Reset the progress towards completion of this logic block.
Automatically called when one of the reset_event events is called. Can also be manually called.
Restart this logic block by calling reset() and enable().
Automatically called when one of the restart_event events is called. Can also be manually called.
Return value or None if that is currently not possible.