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Marlin Builder replacement

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Hi, not sure if this is the right place but here goes...

Hopefully the subject will have got past the "where can I get the Marlin builder" mental filters we all have now.

I had a free afternoon and needed to scratch a personal itch.

I have reimplemented the marlin builder to the best of my knowledge. All of the code lives in a single php file.

Check it out:

http://marlinbuilder.robotfuzz.com/

Source code:

https://github.com/ginge/marlin-builder

Please can you check this. I have done a quick check and it passes my initial "well it worked for me" test.

DO NOT USE WITHOUT MANUALLY CHECKING THE CONFIG. Sorry to shout.

It has a massive TODO list, mainly around sanity checking, validation checking (there is none), CSS and backend stuff

Cheers

Barry Carter

| http://www.headFUZZ.co.uk/ - Robotics Projects

| http://www.OpenServo.org/ - Full featured servo upgrade

| http://www.Openbiped.org/ - World domination

 

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