Mother of all 7603 XDF files

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Sat Dec 25, 2021 12:28 pm

B52Bombardier1 wrote:Hello,

I have been watching the development of this on that other forum and all I can say is thanks. I have not tried your XDF but I do possess one of the versions and I can't keep up with the pace of your upgrades. I wish I could do this kind of work.

Rick


The vast majority of it was just me and a text editor for probably 60 hours at least until version 4. Adding to it see what it looked like in tunerpro and checking it against what an old demo copy of efilive showed. This latest version will most likely be it for a while unless mistakes are found. There are plenty more parameters that could be added but I'm not certain how useful they would be.

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby Gampy » Sat Dec 25, 2021 1:11 pm

Github can be very overwhelming to those new to it, however it is really very simple when done with the correct steps.

Most make the mistake of cloning the original repository, create a fork and clone the fork!
The only way to upload to a repository that is not yours is through a fork that is yours ...
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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby MudDuck514 » Sun Dec 26, 2021 2:26 am

kojab wrote:I Managed to down load it via my mobile ? Thanks Tried again from Desktop still 0 bytes ??


Big thanks for your hard work and thanks to others who were previously involved.


Hi all;

Sent a link to my phone, then downloaded the file.
111KB with 2 files inside.

Mike

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Sat Jan 01, 2022 12:49 pm

There is currently an issue with several parameters under the fueling heading. Please do NOT attempt to make changes there. Once I get them fixed I'll post up a new version and it will also include a few new parameters.

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Tue Jan 04, 2022 11:02 am

Gampy wrote:Github can be very overwhelming to those new to it, however it is really very simple when done with the correct steps.

Most make the mistake of cloning the original repository, create a fork and clone the fork!
The only way to upload to a repository that is not yours is through a fork that is yours ...


Well I'll let you tell me if I did it right. https://github.com/persingc/12587603

I haven't uploaded my latest version since I'm pretty much going through every parameter. so far I've added about 35 new parameters and fixed another 14.

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby antus » Tue Jan 04, 2022 1:09 pm

Yep thats a good start. You can see the history of the files here: https://github.com/persingc/12587603/network and you can click on the points where you added and removed the test to see what changed in those "commits". You'd have the file uncompressed and unencrypted, then that network link (normally under 'insights' from the main repository page) will show what changed each time.
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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Wed Jan 05, 2022 1:53 am

antus wrote:Yep thats a good start. You can see the history of the files here: https://github.com/persingc/12587603/network and you can click on the points where you added and removed the test to see what changed in those "commits". You'd have the file uncompressed and unencrypted, then that network link (normally under 'insights' from the main repository page) will show what changed each time.


Awesome! Thank you!

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Thu Jan 06, 2022 12:34 pm

antus wrote:Yep thats a good start. You can see the history of the files here: https://github.com/persingc/12587603/network and you can click on the points where you added and removed the test to see what changed in those "commits". You'd have the file uncompressed and unencrypted, then that network link (normally under 'insights' from the main repository page) will show what changed each time.



Well I think it's ready. Posted the link in the first post. If you happen to have some time and a way to test I would greatly appreciate it.

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby rusthoarder » Thu Jan 06, 2022 1:41 pm

How do I download it? When I click the download button the file opens up into code but no download.

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Re: Mother of all 7603 XDF files

Postby persingc » Thu Jan 06, 2022 1:57 pm

rusthoarder wrote:How do I download it? When I click the download button the file opens up into code but no download.


Try right clicking and save target as.

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