Can you get us a nice deal ?
Do you want him to quote a price and it ends up being astronomically lower than the real price? I know the developers don't .
Hehe well we always like to make a good deal as us seem to know!Originally Posted by JC-S60
But id like to know what the price is going to be. and if it may drop if you but more then one?
but well, wait in patience hehe
wow, nice to see things moving along.
is your project still alive. From what i understood you were having sourcing problems and didn't have a timeline as to when your getting parts.
Since this project is active i think that it deserves a sticky but i don't think yours should be unsticky unless your not ACTIVELY working on it
I guess it all doesn;t matter for me anyways. I gave in and got XM radio
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We had a small (feels like major) delay at the assembly company.
We spoke with them on wednesday and they told us that they would be produced that day and then be send to us (they had too much work). So if they keep their word, it would mean that they would arrive at us on friday. For you guys it means that we can supply them through pronounced channels next week. So lets all keep our fingers crossed so music can and will be in the air.
Keep you posted.
btw are their already some peoplewho started to experiment with writing software?
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How many units are being made,as many of us including myself will want to buy it.Will you be able to supply us all, if not how long would we have to wait till the next batch.
I started getting familiar with the code from HQCT2 since it contains (I believe) the interfacing code that I will have to port to Linux. It is, however, very hard to follow considering I do not know pascal and there are no comments. I'll eventually crack it I suppose, some comments would still be very helpful.Originally Posted by racemier
I also think it would be a good idea to put a version number on the source files. This way, we developers can easily tell which version we ported our code from and implement the changes that have been commited since the earlier version.
pascal is a very easy language....it's quite similar to c++
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