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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby damunk » Wed Sep 16, 2009 3:36 am

Can someone from Koolance maybe confirm you guys are still working on updating the software? It's been awfully quiet in this topic but I see Koolance representatives regularly posting in the other topics. Just a short "Yea we're still workin on it" would suffice :)

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Postby Izerous » Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:06 am

I'd put money down on the table that they are still working on it they might have just taken a couple people off the project to reduce the burn rate of the project, or increased their testing cycles to ensure better quality releases.
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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby astrodanco » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:06 am

Izerous wrote:I'd put money down on the table that they are still working on it they might have just taken a couple people off the project to reduce the burn rate of the project, or increased their testing cycles to ensure better quality releases.

Wow, just how many people do you think it takes to write and maintain a piece of software like TMS? From what I see, one person is sufficient. Two tops. More than two and you'd have too many cooks spoiling the soup. Certainly it took far more initially, but the project is fairly mature now.
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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby Rambler358 » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:20 am

damunk wrote:Can someone from Koolance maybe confirm you guys are still working on updating the software?

+1 ;)
I heard rumor of Koolance working on another water cooling controller system. It would be nice to know that TMS-200 software development hasn't been abandoned.
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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby astrodanco » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:25 am

Rambler358 wrote:
damunk wrote:Can someone from Koolance maybe confirm you guys are still working on updating the software?

+1 ;)
I heard rumor of Koolance working on another water cooling controller system. It would be nice to know that TMS-200 software development hasn't been abandoned.

That would be rather pissy if they've already given up. Koolance has enough black eyes already with the water cooling community. They don't need yet another one.
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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby [Koolance] Tim » Fri Sep 25, 2009 11:27 am

damunk wrote:Can someone from Koolance maybe confirm you guys are still working on updating the software?


Our lead programmer still has about four updates planned after 2.1.18, and it could certainly keep going.

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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby astrodanco » Fri Sep 25, 2009 4:27 pm

[Koolance] Tim wrote:
damunk wrote:Can someone from Koolance maybe confirm you guys are still working on updating the software?


Our lead programmer still has about four updates planned after 2.1.18, and it could certainly keep going.

So the natural question is when can we expect said updates (bug fixes)?
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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby damunk » Mon Sep 28, 2009 2:12 am

Thanks for the heads up Tim, much appreciated.

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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby JSR » Sat Nov 07, 2009 12:36 am

Just finishing my new build and have tested the TMS-200 software (firmware has been upgraded on the board ) on vista ultimate 64 bit and everything seems to work fine but when I try to load the software into windows 7 ultimate 64 bit it won't recognise vista drivers (PL-2303). I have tried loading with and without them and either way the comm port doesn't work. We need drivers specific for win 7 rather than what seems to be something generic.

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Re: TMS-200 (Software v2.1.18) Feedback - Post Here

Postby Rambler358 » Sat Nov 07, 2009 3:12 pm

JSR wrote:when I try to load the software into windows 7 ultimate 64 bit it won't recognise vista drivers (PL-2303). I have tried loading with and without them and either way the comm port doesn't work. We need drivers specific for win 7 rather than what seems to be something generic.

I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, and the 2.1.18 drivers are working for me.
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