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ROFL! It was a scotch fillet, eggs, onion rings and chips tonight. 25nzd, ~15euro, you couldn't get a shit burger with fries for that in BCN :-)

Hooray for DDG <3

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keep working hard :D we want new features. Two months without updates is a lot of time :P

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Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:45 pm
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Always working hard, mate! When people let you down, and you have to do their share too, then it takes longer, that's all. I've got heaps of new code ready to roll, and a bunch more ready to write, but I have to get some chores out of the way. Simple as that. This week is a write off, too. I have some car stuff to do, some personal software stuff to do, some work work to do, and some skiing to do :-D

As for two months, there have been updates, plenty of them, just not in that thread. ;-)

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Mr Fred,
Was there a plan for the s12 ram paging skeleton framework in emmess, or do we replace?

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Best to reread the other post I made about talking first. This week has been very busy, but next week should be better.

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It's good practice and a welcome diversion for the bunnies.
We all hate working on someone else's code, so the opportunity to model and merge a completely external project with our stuff is taxing the brains quite nicely.

Sorry, we ate the burger rings :)

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hi,

I'm actually working on a project base on Arduino Uno ( or Mega ) to read sensor on my old VW engine

And during my research I have discover the Arduino Die board based on an Atmel cortex M3 a 32 bits ARM
did you think a portage of your code is possible ? because I found of all project base on Arduino shield ;)


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pessimist: there will never be a working idle code
optimist: there will be one .. very soon
realist: no, there is no


Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:30 pm
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Define idle code? You have working open loop idle airflow code and reported good results from it. By idle code, do you mean closed loop idle airflow control?

Realist: There is much code, it's not on github, but it's around, if you ask nicely :-)

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Put it on github mang!

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