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7 years 11 months ago #1903 by ThibmoRozier
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Added a small portion of planning to the ReadMe.md of the project's GitHub repository: https://github.com/thibmo/RadiaLog/blob/master/README.md
Now also added explanatory files to make it easier for others to jump into the development or to understand the commit messages a bit more.

Slowly but surely it will become more accessible to others who'd like to enter development. :)

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7 years 11 months ago #1905 by ThibmoRozier
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After a day of brainstorming, trial&error and walking away from the keyboard to grab a coffee the RMS has completely been redesigned.
Huge thanks to Krom for his guidance and corrections.
Google Docs: AudioProc file

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7 years 10 months ago #1985 by ThibmoRozier
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Hello everyone!
After a busy month I am finally able to bring an update. :)
I tried some methods and the following is what I hope works for GMC.

I hope this can be tested. :)

RadiaLog Alpha 0.6

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6 years 7 months ago #3390 by ChrisLX200
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An old post but I hope you're still interested in developing it!
I needed to run a second detector on one computer and was having difficulty. Radiation Logger (RH Electronics) consistently threw up an exception error, and I could not run two instances of RadLog Pro (don't even know if that's supposed to be possible). Anyway, downloaded 0.6a of RadiaLog and it appears to be working OK :-) This is using an Arduino based detector with SBT-11A sensor, and shown below running alongside RadLog Pro.




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6 years 7 months ago #3391 by ThibmoRozier
Replied by ThibmoRozier on topic RadiaLog
Hey, thanks for using the app. :)
Not in active development at this moment, no.
I seem to have forgotten to add a mutex, but eh, guess it's fine to run two instances. :)

I used Delphi to create the app, makes it a lot more versatile, OS-wise, as you don't need the .net framework, Wine is fine. :)
They did create a new compiler that allows cross-compiling console-apps from Windows to Linux this year, now we, the Delphi community of developers, are waiting for the VCL or FMX compiler to be able to compile for Linux. :)
Will make our lives a lot easier (In short, this means being able to compile for Windows, Windows Phone, OSx, iOS, Android and Linux from one and the same code-base.)

Then I think I will pick this up again and push versions for Windows, Linux and Android. (For OSx and iOS you need an Apple Desktop/Laptop with xCode, which I am not willing to pay for/own, Delphi itself costs me more then enough..) :)
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6 years 7 months ago #3392 by ChrisLX200
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Well if you ever should find time to work on it - would be nice if the graph window auto-ranged downwards as well as upwards :-) Put a hot source (say, 5000 CPM) near the detector and I get a nice peak displayed, but then the Y-axis remains at whatever scale 5000 CPM required.

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