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|0000461||Tunix||General Features||public||2011-12-03 11:16||2012-07-05 21:33|
|Target Version||Future||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000461: Add VE Table Generator|
|Description||A user request from a FreeEMSer who complained to me that TunerStudio didn't have a VE table generator, that megatune did, that it worked well for him, and that he wanted it. I took a look at the megatune source and it's written by Lance, and although quite hard coded and a bit dodgy is quite a neat little bit of code. |
I'd recommend modeling it from that code (GPL, can copy if you want) but parameterising it into the GUI more. Lance has hard coded quite a lot of things. Importantly, his "VE" contains lambda, so we'd need to extract that information into something independent and focus on actual VE.
|Additional Information||For now this issue should simply serve to discuss how to proceed. It's certainly not an urgent requirement.|
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|vegen.cxx and vegen.h are the files in megatune 2.25p3|
|Refine the algo and submit it...|
Put your glasses on or your contact lenses back in! :-p
"For now this issue should simply serve to discuss how to proceed. It's certainly not an urgent requirement."
"Target Version = Future"
If you're not interested in discussing, that's fine, but in that case, just leave it alone.
|Am interested. Want u to refine and rewrite his algo though to be understandable...|
|LOL, yeah, fair enough. If I do, though, it'll be in Java, but I'll put it here for you, if I bother to do it.|
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