does the software have any form of sdk?
if you are not sure contact the author and ask them/him/her
i am trying to find out.
but i do know that it was written using Borland Delphi 5.
so far this is the answer tha t i got.
"I use different libraries that i have purchased over the years, for things like the gauges and more functional grids, etc.... Most of it I wrote myself though. Why do you ask?"
Well I would explain to him what you are trying to do, what information you want out and then point him in the direction of the RoadRunner SDK thread and see if he can add functiionality to it so that the information you want can be passed on to external apps, namely roadrunner
this thread How do I integrate my application with RR ?
well this is the answer that i got.
Sorry, I still am not 100% sure what RR is....it seems to be some type of software interface to a hardware screen (touch screen??) or other commercial product? If you can do some more legwork and get some specifics, I may be able to help, but I don't have enough info (or time) to help right now
I personally am looking to go THIS ROUTE (Mitsubishi Eclipse) pretty soon. It doesn't look like Ford is supported yet, but he has been working on it quite a bit, and who knows what the future may hold.
you know what, you're right. I don't know what came over me! I just re-read what he said and it's not half bad. I take it back!
EDIT: I just got to work so I can reply a little better here. I initially read that as the author brushing off slantman, but it's far from it and it's my bad.
yea he is a real nice guy.
I think he is in the middle of writing a new version of his software.
I don't mind doing the legwork but I am not sure what specifics he is talking about. does anyone have any idea?