On 04/14/2012 01:27 AM, Aleksey Midenkov wrote: >> New York City.... Git a rope.... >> > > This TQ circus have taken a year. But good progress has been made and many code cleanups have occurred along the way. Many directions were taken only to learn of a better direction to take. Large projects take a large amount of coordinated manpower. The larger and more coordinated your manpower, the shorter the time it takes to put the code in the pristine shape required for the next release. The lesser the manpower and the less coordinated the team, then the greater the time required to get everything in shape. It is the 'fundamental rule of development' - on the same level as gravity or magnetism or the weak or strong forces at the quantum level. Maxims. Whether dealing with the four fundamental forces physics or with the fundamental rule of development - they are all unwaivering... Work to get others who are competent and share the same interest involved with TDE. The will allow us to use the fundamental rule to our benefit :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.