Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by LuciferX, Jul 3, 2010.
I second that.
https://herbiq.net/ is down.
I just downloaded the program and I find it really nice, the only thing I would add is a 'Wattage' line in the Fan and the Reservoir section of 'Rooms' so we can keep track of the electricity use of each room.
you can do that
look under the sensor tab. there it will take whatever reading you want or multiplies and graph it for you. really cool program. I've been using it for years now. the raw data helps a lot down the line.
I think this is freakin amazing dude! Great programming btw! I must ask out of curiosity, did you use visual studio and c#? Anyways thanks bro! Ill try it out for sure!
Thanks! Yeah is c#/visual studio. The existing code isn't very maintainable at all but I've been slowly working on the new version. I expected to be done with that about 6 months ago so it's coming just not as fast as I'd like.
Sweet hopefully soon you do amazing work bud ty
Hopefully we can have something that works with a android phone
lot of requests for droid. i like the win version im on. def great work...
Any chance of a Mac version?
Thank u for u sharing this forum. I like this page and great help for me.
I am going to integrate this software into my data/logging///
if all goes well I will def spread the word....
Kudos doing this for the community,,Thank you for that
So...no Mac or iOs version will be forthcoming. Good to know.
Is the software compatible with a data logger ?
Still no iOS version?
it's written in C# which is a part of Microsoft .NET, and probably uses a lot of the Windows API, so we probably shouldn't expect anything other than the Windows version unless it's rewritten in another language!?
I want to try it but I am using iOS device? is it true that there's still no iOS version of this software? any updates?
you say "is it true there's still no iOS version" like it's just a trivial simple matter of translating English to Spanish ... when it comes to converting from one software language to another it is actually very complicated, and if more than 1 OS is involved sometimes things are not even "possible". Translating to other languages and OS's is especially more difficult when the project itself starts out as ecentric to a particular language/OS. It's probably fair to think "but this is your job as programmers", but that would be somewhat like saying "it's your job as a translator to know Korean when i want, Japanese when i want (etc)"
OK, I get it, you won't do iOS or Mac. Might have been nice if you didn't take SEVEN YEARS to say that. .Net. #smh
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