Tag Archives: Embedded systems

Tiny C2N Monitor: might ship as fully built device

As I understand users might not be comfortable with soldering together Tiny C2N Monitor kits, I might offer fully built devices as an option. Here’s what the device looks like once soldered together: I’d hate to go into the full details … Continue reading

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Sales page updated

For those interested in acquiring a DC2N4-LC, Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kit or IECHost DIY kit, I’ve just updated my sales page with the available number of each of these. For those coming to X’2018, I am happy to bring either … Continue reading

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New batch of Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kits

Tonight I decided to assemble one of the new Tiny C2N Monitor kits, for testing purposes. It all went very smoothly and I am happy to announce that 10 additional kits will be available shortly. I don’t expect these to … Continue reading

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IECHost clients updated

Version 2.9 of the IECHost GUI client and version 1.6 of the IECHost CLI Utilities were published within my Software page. Details of what’s changed in this version are provided within each package, through the changelog.txt file. Additionally, I am … Continue reading

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A good reason to be careful when giving a GTK+ widget focus

While running my IECHost client under Linux I noticed that something was bugging me: If the application was launched and a key pressed or released before the directory listing drawing area had been shown, an assertion failure would be reported … Continue reading

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IECHost GUI client: issue tracker

In order to coordinate development efforts on the IECHost GUI client, following Tomse’s suggestion, I’ve set up a project on Hosted Redmine. My choice fell on the hosted version, as opposite to running my own instance, due to a number … Continue reading

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Update ahead of the Easter break

The feedback on the IECHost GUI client for mass-dumping purposes has been patchy: I got bits and pieces in terms of feature requests but haven’t managed, among other things, to get hold of Graham (the author of WarpCopy64). Therefore, I … Continue reading

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