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Just accidentally started doing a load with rip, I want an abort button too! I hit about a few times before I realised it wasn't abort... lol. move about to a tab as johntramp suggested, and put abort in there for canceling a load gone wrong :-)

also the buffer stuff that you're aware of via irc.

I hope the wedding went flawlessly.

Fred.

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Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:32 am
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I used the loader to load the code that ran the truck, the second FreeEMS vehicle! :-)

Are you next??? Or Marcos??? :-)

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Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:56 am
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I'm currently using 6db3d838f9956... hash loader with much success. The following is a list of minor issues and improvements to be made on it:

loader - if pull cable, cant disconnect, cutecom does it automatically
loader - reset from freeems
loader - ditch boost and/or reduce delay at startup +1
loader - ace, verifyduring, verifyafter, verify against file
loader - add cancel during load
loader - proper greying out of buttons, unsure, but this could already be done.
loader - second or later load, clear from 100% to zero before erase bar starts
loader - show one bar at beginning of loader bar graph stuff such that user gets early feedback
loader - make bar graphs more granular instead of in chunks

Hopefully we can get some of these sorted very soon.

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Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:00 pm
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I'm running the latest commit from tonight and it worked on the mac, but there are some issues.

It's usable, IF I'm careful.

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Here is a copy of the file I loaded with the Windows FreeEMS_Loader.exe and the rip of the firmware from the Jaguar board...


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File comment: firmware .s19 file and ripped .s19 file
FreeEMS-0.2.0-SNAPSHOT-152-g06ec3f1-DEV-EvenTeeth-Both-3and1-RIP.zip [80.54 KiB]
Downloaded 169 times

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Thu Aug 09, 2012 11:13 pm
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Looks good! :-)

http://powerefi.com/files/FreeEMS_Loader-installer.exe

[00:17] <FreeAir> [23:52] <FreeAir> also
[00:17] <FreeAir> ends of lines will be filled with blanks in the rip
[00:17] <FreeAir> FF is blank
[00:18] <FreeAir> and
[00:18] <FreeAir> the bit near the SM
[00:18] <FreeAir> is just wrapped differently
[00:18] <FreeAir> so
[00:18] <FreeAir> it was succesful

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Thu Aug 09, 2012 11:22 pm
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Hi,

Can someone give this one a try: http://powerefi.com/files/loader-installer-rc0.exe

This was built against the serialIOLib.

Thx!

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Wed Aug 22, 2012 4:52 pm
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Works! Just posting from Spanish win 64 starter in which i got 3% through a burn before falling asleep, waking up a few hours later, and aborting. I think it's the machine/driver not the app, so I'll fiddle more now.

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Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:52 pm
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17.5 minutes for a normal load :-o first 11 minutes covered the first 33%, and this is WITH settings change from viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1844 plus lowering some latency to 1ms from 16 or something else in Spanish. Vids to come, for amusement.

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