I need to pay someone to compile a dll compatible with blitz3d [OPEN]

(Posted 1 year ago) eNano

I have a measurement device which has an open source sdk, this sdk has a C++ 2010 project ready to build a dll. The thing is I don't know anything about c++ and I need to be able to use that dll from Blitz3D
The library is pretty simple because it just has commands to open a serial port, activate the device, send commands and get distance and status info. I will pay $100 to anyone who gives me an usable dll with the .decls file for Blitz3D

This is the link for the sdk, please let me know if anyone is interested


(Posted 1 year ago) RonTek commented:

Hey eNano, Welcome to the forums! Did you already find someone for your project? Btw, I also sent you an email a few days ago re: this.

and please mark it "Solved" when you already have.


(Posted 1 year ago) eNano commented:

Hi RonTek!
I'm really sorry but was on spam folder! maybe is because the region where I live, actually I was looking for some answer about this
Thanks for your welcome on this community, I will do what what you say to keep things in order


(Posted 1 year ago) RonTek commented:

I see and hey no worries, it happens most of the time. I also had to do my follow-up reply above 5 days later to give way first to those who would be interested which I have mentioned in my email.

Ok great. I will be checking the Github sdk repo and perhaps have some questions before we get started, so be right back.

(Posted 1 year ago) eNano commented:

Cool thanks! I'll be standing by to answer anything you need

(Posted 1 year ago) RonTek commented:

Great. I just sent you my feedback through email. cheers.

(Posted 1 year ago) RonTek commented:

If anyone interested and is more knowledgeable with Blitz3D C++ DLL programming, dealing with MAVs and usb/com serial ports or preferably have experience with or has worked on rplidar devices, please post a comment below as this job is still open.

More information with the full job description on the topic posted above.

You can just leave a secondary contact email address on your post with a semi encrypted formatting for spam protection. example: [yourusername]at[domain].[com]

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