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Congrats Marcos on a fine job so far!

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OMG that rocks! What's the graph on the top right? Could the big map table be thinned just a bit so you can see it all?

Man, this is really cool.... Ok, more oogling, then I'll comment.


Thu Jun 26, 2008 7:48 pm
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Hi! i'll be happy if i can set it up for freeEMS.

Today the project has been approved in sourceforce.net, so if anyone is interested, there will be a download page.

First i want to separate the PIC part from the -possible- freeEMS part. This way we could use the same application in both hardwares. To start testing the serial port, look for
QString buffer = serial->read(available);
buffer will hold the data received from the serial port (default: ttyUSB0). connect() member open the serial port.
qDebug() is a handy function. Use it!

There is no multithreading yet, and that ugly 3d surface needs lots of .cpp and .h files to work. Anyway, i'm pretty happy with this.

I've never been in sourceforge before, this might take a while...

http://vimeo.com/720156

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Fri Jun 27, 2008 10:20 pm
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Hi there. I'm uploading the second release..
The only difference is that it have a separate thread to do all the communications.
Its just a new class to have it easier to write a different comm spec.

If i can see JEMS i can try to port ECUmanager to freeEMS.
Byebye

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Tue Aug 19, 2008 6:38 pm
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nitrousnrg wrote:
If i can see JEMS i can try to port ECUmanager to freeEMS.

As soon as there is anything to see I'll bang one out I promise :-)

ECUManager downloads :

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfile ... _id=232511

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Oh, yes. I forgot that part :D
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