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



OBDwiz is the automotive diagnostic software that is included with every 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
* 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

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

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2010\04\23@180732 by Vitaliy


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.


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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

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

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:

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).


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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 <> 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.

(BTW, Travis and I now are part of the libusb-win32
admin as well).

> Analysis Summary:
>    + 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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