that is awesome, actually, because i could give a fuck about GUI or programming, i'm happy to just program the curve with a table right in the code and set it and forget it.
i'm actually trying to build a complete EFI system, more as a programming excercise than actually because i want EFI.
I would like to do crankcase injection, but for now i'm pretty happy just farting around.
Like i said, i work with 4 dudes who slang heavy duty assembly code all day long for a living. I've picked up so much stuff in watercooler discussions already, i feel like i'm getting a free education.
my coworker has actually designed and built a super sophisticated EFI system on his car and is going to give me one of his old prototype computers and code, but in the mean time i want to practice seeing what kind of minimalist system you could create to do a very dumb and basic fuel injection system on a single cylinder engine.
if you get something cool running, we could set it up with a master computer running the actual CDI program, and use one of those LCD units with the built in Atmega328 to run the display code and send tables to the master computer.
anyhow, working on this between all my other projects... haha!