I got the programming software directly from Vertex Standards business site and after installing it on a Windows 7 64bit machine cannot seem to find an exe to run. I have the configuration files, and code plug files but no actually executable. I tried searching my PC without any luck. I have installed the software for programming the VX-400 and VX-350 series radios without any issue and looking in the directory for those I can see the executable with the other files.
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I'm working with a checked out copy of the STAR software and modifying codes when necessary if the fix is obvious. So far I've got the following cons working: cons %QtRoot %StEventDisplayMaker %pams %St_dst_Maker %St_geom_Maker St_dst_Maker tries to subtract an int and a struct! Pams is a crazy mess of VAX-style Fortran STRUCTURES, but we really need it in order to run starsim. I haven't delved too deeply into the QtRoot-related stuff; I'm sure Valeri can help when the time comes. Hopefully we can get these things fixed without too much delay. Power PC notes
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