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'[AD] OBDwiz: automotive diagnostic software'
2010\04\21@201446 by Vitaliy

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www.obdwiz.com

Overview

OBDwiz is the automotive diagnostic software that is included with every
ScanTool.net PC-based scan tool. It is a breeze to install, easy to use, and
is packed with features. Use OBDwiz to troubleshoot a problem with your
vehicle, improve fuel economy, clear the 'Check Engine' light, and verify
emissions readiness. It is touchscreen-friendly, and can even be used as a
digital dashboard.

Key Features

* Compatible with all PC-based scan tools sold on http://www.ScanTool.net
* Supports all OBD-II compliant vehicles, including EOBD and JOBD vehicles
* Customizable dashboards
* Fuel economy MPG or km/l calculation
* Real-time dashboard display including multiple trip meters
* Real-time plotting of all PID values
* Recording and playback of monitored data
* Data logging to csv format
* Reading and clearing diagnostic trouble codes
* Display battery voltage
* Read freeze frame data
* Day-time and night-time display
* Create custom day- and night-time skins
* English and Metric units
* Statistical calculations including min, max, and mean values
* Over 90 supported PIDs
* Full control over polling rates and priorities
* Displays vehicle information including VIN number and calibration ID
* OBD console for sending commands directly to the vehicle
* Designed for single and multi-core processors
* Free unlimited updates


2010\04\22@164416 by YES NOPE9

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Waaaaaaaah !  Why didn't you make compatible with Macs and Linux ?    
Sob !
It looks so good.
Gus

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2010\04\23@180732 by Vitaliy

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Gus,

The software was developed by a third party, so technically it's not our
fault. :)

But to be honest, we would have done the same thing even if we developed the
software in-house. Cross-platform development is significantly more
expensive, and when 99% of your user base uses Windows, it is a real
no-brainer. I actually wish we didn't strive for cross-platform
compatibility with our original software. It works on Windows, DOS, Linux,
and Mac -- wow, big deal.

Vitaliy



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2010\04\23@181447 by Alex Harford

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Actually, if if uses the .Net runtime, it might be supported using
Mono.  I'm not going to buy it to find out. :-P

http://www.mono-project.com/Compatibility

On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 3:06 PM, Vitaliy <spam_OUTpiclistTakeThisOuTspammaksimov.org> wrote:
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2010\04\23@184958 by Vitaliy

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Hm.. that's interesting. I never heard of Mono.

Analysis Summary:

   + All methods called exist in Mono
   - P/Invokes called: 5
   - Methods called that throw NotImplementedException: 1
   - Methods called marked with [MonoTodo]: 5

It can be downloaded from here:

http://www.obdsoftware.net/obdwiz.aspx

If you or Gus are willing to test it in Mono, I'd be happy to send you a
free license (contact me offlist if interested).

Vitaliy



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2010\04\23@192535 by Xiaofan Chen

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On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 6:49 AM, Vitaliy <.....piclistKILLspamspam.....maksimov.org> wrote:
> Hm.. that's interesting. I never heard of Mono.

I do not know too much about Mono until the use of
libusbdotnet. It is really working well for libusbdotnet.
Same exe, same result under Windows, Linux and
Mac OS X.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/libusbdotnet/

(BTW, Travis and I now are part of the libusb-win32
admin as well).
http://sourceforge.net/projects/libusb-win32/

> Analysis Summary:
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>    + All methods called exist in Mono
>    - P/Invokes called: 5

This can be fatal depending on the DLL called.
What are the native DLL used?

>    - Methods called that throw NotImplementedException: 1
>    - Methods called marked with [MonoTodo]: 5
>

Did you try the latest Mono?


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Xiaofan http://mcuee.blogspot.com

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