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Old 05-12-2004, 01:20 PM   #16
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http://www.downlinx.com/face2004/dow...=36147&which=0

Thats a link to download the other one. I guess you can buy it, but I really like pit tools alot more.

http://www.pittools.co.uk/

That is the one for Pit tools.
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Old 05-12-2004, 01:28 PM   #17
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Maybe we should set something up as an open source project? Maybe on sourceforge? I'm game for doing something in C# or whatever.
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Maybe we should set something up as an open source project? Maybe on sourceforge? I'm game for doing something in C# or whatever.
I'm game.. let me know
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Old 05-12-2004, 03:17 PM   #19
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Don't forget battery off set and where the tray is from front to back. I know the l4 pan car uses a battery tray that you can move the battery from left to right front to back. (I use it on my dirt oval car as well LOL)
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I can do VB6 stuff, not c+++
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Well the charge hit my account on the PIT Tool.... Now will see if I actually get the software... Was hopeing the guy would just let me download the software.... Instead of shipping it from Ireland to Missouri... Oh well LOL
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I'm actually working on a pocket pc version for a culmination project for college. I'd be willing to open it up for freeware when I'm done. It'll be a few months though. I will be programming in C++ or C# as well.
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I can do VB6 stuff, not c+++
If you learn vb.net you can pick up C#, but transitioning to vb.net from vb6 takes a little time.
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If you learn vb.net you can pick up C#, but transitioning to vb.net from vb6 takes a little time.
.NET rules.... VB6 sucks!

(I'm glad I'm not on a VB forum...otherwise it'd be city!)
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C# Rocks...I've done VB6, VB.NET, Java, C++, FORTRAN, etc., etc.

C# is by far the coolest language so far.

I'll throw together an initial design and see where it goes. Let's get a show of support for those who want to build pit software in an opensource manner using C#. Post here if you are willing to contribute time to this. If we have more than Clint and myself, I'll get it started.

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I would love to contribute time in VB6!
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I would love to contribute time in VB6!
VB6 is dead!

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C# Rocks...I've done VB6, VB.NET, Java, C++, FORTRAN, etc., etc.

C# is by far the coolest language so far.

I'll throw together an initial design and see where it goes. Let's get a show of support for those who want to build pit software in an opensource manner using C#. Post here if you are willing to contribute time to this. If we have more than Clint and myself, I'll get it started.

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I can contribute "some". See, I'll be down to one class a week soon, and then I can contribute time. For the next 6 weeks however, I'm doing 4 classes a week, plus full time work, so I'm out until my schedule gets cut a little. 6 weeks and I'm in.

I've never done C#, but if you say it's easy compared to VB.NET then I'm in. I've also done C, C++, Java, VBScript, and VB6, so I'm decent at picking up a new language.
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RC Pit Crew is pretty good for what I need. Plus it's FREE.....

here's the link::

http://www.downlinx.com/face2004/dow...=36147&which=0
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