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Hello All,
Here's where I'm at so far :-
Opened Github account and forked https://github.com./fredcooke/freeems-vanilla to
https://github.com/whizzo944/freeems-vanilla .
Cloned to directory on my hard drive
C:\usr\whizzo944

Opened and edited various files, SystemConfig.h
FixedConfig1.c
FixedConfig2.c
FuelTables.c
TimingTables.c
CHTTransferTable.c
IATTransferTable.c

Created 2 new files Siemens-CHT2k49Bias.c
Siemens-IAT2k49Bias.c in \data\thermistors
Compiled using make all, compiled OK after correcting a couple of typos in FixedConfig1.c
I need to compile this for a 36-minus-1 Crank wheel, how do I do this ?
How do I get all this stuff back up to Github so someone can look over it and tell me it's OK or crap :-) ?
Dwell versus Voltage, is this in mSeconds ?
Injector Dead Times, mSeconds ? How do you determine Injector Dead Times ?

Thanks in Advance,

Dave.


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whizzo944 wrote:
I need to compile this for a 36-minus-1 Crank wheel, how do I do this ?

See the top level Makefile. Add an entry for yourself there, and select the decoder there. Then you can type 'make whizzo944' and it should build a customised firmware for you. https://github.com/whizzo944/freeems-va ... r/Makefile

whizzo944 wrote:
How do I get all this stuff back up to Github so someone can look over it and tell me it's OK or crap :-) ?

The internet will have to help you here. It involves adding and committing all changed/created files, then setting up your SSH key, then pushing it all to a named branch. Try this for a start: viewtopic.php?f=41&t=547

whizzo944 wrote:
Dwell versus Voltage, is this in mSeconds ?

If you use provided macros for your values then yes. If you use a raw number, no. See line 137 and 138 of this for millisecond macros: http://builds.freeems.org/firmware/dev/ ... tml#l00137

whizzo944 wrote:
Injector Dead Times, mSeconds ? How do you determine Injector Dead Times ?

Ditto. Determining dead time is time consuming, see my semi-failed attempt here: viewtopic.php?f=41&t=2402

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