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Led tachometer for simracing made with Atmega8535, 12 leds, and max232 for rs232 communication. It's my project for labs at university and my first experience with micro controllers. Available are: - Scheme. - Hardware info, data sheets. - Micro controller program in C and hex file. - API for communication with tachometer written in C Sharp. - Configurable C Sharp WPF application which synchronizes Live For Speed cars revs with tachometer. I'm using LFS External Library for Outgauge. Parts that
An IRC bot for Live for Speed building the bridge between LFS and IRC (QuakeNet). Requires a Live for Speed S2 server with enabled InSim. Supported CommandsIn IRCList of IRC Commands For more information about IRC commands in Beelzebot, visit the Commands page. In LFS!irc text - sends a text message to IRC channel Configuration OptionsThis file needs to be saved as "config.php" in the root directory of lfs-irc! <?phpdefine('USERNAME', 'octbot'); // Username of the Bot used for auth and as nickna
A Qt-based library for connecting to Live For Speed driving simulator's InSim-service. PROJECT STATUS: on indefinite hold PROJECT DEMONSTRATES: How to make a Qt application plug-in. How to make that plug-in to emit signals. How to wrap all of the above inside a namespace, and still have it working.
SymPy is an open source Python library for symbolic mathematics. It aims to become a full-featured computer algebra system (CAS) while keeping the code as simple as possible in order to be comprehensible and easily extensible. SymPy is written entirely in Python and does not require any external libraries. Main page is at: http://sympy.org/ This page is for developers. NewsSymPy is participating in Google Summer of Code 2012. See our ideas page. 29 Jul 2011 Version 0.7.1 released (https://github