The result of all the efforts is that I now have a 43C in a DM42 on my desk, which I actually use on a daily basis as a working engineer. And funnily this is because I read one of your old comments (maybe on the other list, maybe on the 34S, I can't remember), where you told someone asking for some feature to get the code and do it. So I thought, it can't be that difficult ...Walter wrote: ↑Wed Oct 30, 2019 7:46 amApparently not. You (pl.) have lots of ideas but I miss a comprehensive document covering your (pl.) overall concept. And I think I am not the only person. Please take your (pl.) time and explain it to us. I am confident this investment will pay.Jaymos wrote: ↑Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:45 amThere is a document of differences linked on p1 of this thread that I will update. The last update was in the beginning of September and a lot was added since. It is on the todo list to update.
(Did I mention that I love the English language for its ambiguity?)
We have no Walter preparing almost perfect Lastenheft style documents and we have no Martin producing reams of almost perfect code. And when he does issue those reams (as he is almost ready to do again), all our time is used to make his new code work with our changed interface without breaking too many things. Not a trivial task to fit into real life, but very rewarding though.
The documentation you refer to is direly needed. I am saying there is no realistic way that me or Dani can even start a comprehensive document.
There is a handful of faithfuls reading and infrequently commenting on this list, and our dev group comprises 2 users who dream up what is needed and code it (well, actually, the one hacks and the other one codes), so I guess that this is an open request for someone to jump in and start a document or manual or specification or that German word I like, Lastenheft.