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High Council Matrix program

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Please see [thread=234]this thread[/thread] for more information.

Ok, I have finished an application that I wrote in C#. It needs the .NET 2.0 framework on a Windows box.

It is really simple but seems to do the job. It allows you to input a list of speakers and a list of units manually. You can then specify a number of months for the schedule. It builds a matrix from this information. It allows you to load/save the data entered (speakers, wards, num of months) from/to a file.

I plan to add the ability to see just one ward's or one speaker's schedule, rather than the whole matrix. I also plan to add the ability to export the matrix to a CSV file or something to be imported into Excel or Open Office, if desired.

I don't have anywhere to post the code as of yet. You'll hear from me again soon.
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mkmurray wrote:I don't have anywhere to post the code as of yet. You'll hear from me again soon.
Why don't you try ldsoss.org?

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Thanks !!

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Thank you for your timely messages and willingness to post the results. I'll watch for a location.
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Ok I am hosting it on CodePlex, Microsoft's open source hosting site. This is because I have written it in C# and I am mostly familiar with Microsoft tools and programming.

Here is the url to the project page for the High Council Circuit program: http://www.codeplex.com/HCC

It is my first crack at it and I plan on a making a few more improvements, as noted on the front page of the site. Enjoy!
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Ok, I have added the ability to see the whole matrix, or just a speaker's or a unit's schedule. The code is checked into CodePlex, but is not released in any build yet.

That leaves just the export to a CSV file for importing into a spreadsheet application (Excel, Open Office, etc.). I should have that done sometime soon.

Please feel free to go to the project on CodePlex, download the v1.0.0.0 beta release, and try it out. Provide feedback! Thanks.
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Version 1.1.0.0 Beta is released now.

It includes all of the features I had originally planned and a bug fix I found.

Please download it, give it a try, offer suggestions, report bugs, join the project.

http://www.codeplex.com/HCC
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mkmurray wrote:Version 1.1.0.0 Beta is released now.

It includes all of the features I had originally planned and a bug fix I found.

Please download it, give it a try, offer suggestions, report bugs, join the project.

http://www.codeplex.com/HCC
Well, it appears that the project was inactive too long and CodePlex deleted my project. Please email me if you want a copy of the executible. I'll see if I can get it hosted again somewhere.
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mkmurray wrote:Well, it appears that the project was inactive too long and CodePlex deleted my project. Please email me if you want a copy of the executible. I'll see if I can get it hosted again somewhere.
You may want to look at google code (code.google.com).

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Rmember GWBasic Those were the fun days

TRSDOS lives :)
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Eric Werny wrote:Rmember GWBasic Those were the fun days

TRSDOS lives :)
I actually preferred LDOS. I had Newdos too, but it grew too bizarre toward the end of it's life. LDOS grew up to be the last of the TRSDOS series.

I actually wrote commercial programs (in assembler) for the LDOS system that were later incorporated. One was the help system the other a disk verifier. They are still on the web today I think, just no support for them. :D
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