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Old 23rd October 2012, 06:12 PM   #81
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On the Ncore these are not indication lights, but leds used as voltage references! Ga je huiswerk eens even doen!
How about you contribute something instead of just picking the project apart because you have nothing else to do? And Oh btw. Most of us can use google translator...

So far I like the direction your going Corpius, keep it up
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Old 23rd October 2012, 07:02 PM   #82
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It would be nice if Corpius made some code public, so the original writers can check if it is theirs!
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Old 23rd October 2012, 07:31 PM   #83
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Buffalo III - Arduino S/PDIF Input Selection

MCP42010 ? How to control it using Arduino

I hope you're happy now. It's all open source.
I hope that you can contribute something useful to this thread from now on, otherwise I ask you politely to stop polluting it.
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Old 23rd October 2012, 08:38 PM   #84
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do you guys have history? you're just making a dick of yourself ds23man...

I thought Corpius was pretty open about using modified versions of some public code, you know.... open source/free? in fact afaik the major authors have mostly already all contributed to this very thread already. you are clear on this concept of open source repositories? as I understood it this project was mostly about putting all the hardware and software in the one place...

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Old 23rd October 2012, 08:45 PM   #85
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as I understood it this project was mostly about putting all the hardware and software in the one place...
Exactly and not to forgot that it also very informative for me.
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Old 24th October 2012, 07:53 AM   #86
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do you guys have history? you're just making a dick of yourself ds23man...

I thought Corpius was pretty open about using modified versions of some public code, you know.... open source/free? in fact afaik the major authors have mostly already all contributed to this very thread already. you are clear on this concept of open source repositories? as I understood it this project was mostly about putting all the hardware and software in the one place...
Please reread post:

ES9018 I2C controller

The Ir learning "code" is looking the same as implemented in the LCDuino.....
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ES9018 I2C controller

The Ir learning "code" is looking the same as implemented in the LCDuino.....
Don't draw any conclusions when you have not seen the code.

Linuxworks is not sharing the code and I never asked him to, so I have to write it myself. Which I happen to like doing.
I'm using Ken Shirriff his IR remote library for this and use this code to write the codes to the EEPROM.

EDIT:Besides, the function for devices to learn IR codes is seen in many devices, so nothing special about it
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Old 24th October 2012, 08:20 AM   #88
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this has been covered and linuxworks (who wrote the code) has been posting in this thread, afaik its public domain whether they like it or not.... but its good manners to respect his wishes, in return i'm sure his feedback will be an asset at some point in the development.

with simple things like the IR learn I would think there are only a limited number of logical ways to do it anyway, so its bound to share some similarity no matter what you do
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I'm really surprised ds23man instead to contribute (diyAudio spirit) only does that criticise and asking copyrights.....
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Corpius what's your status update?
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