Yeah, there are so many variants I thought I'd just stick with the 'basic'!Just to be anal, it's written in very high level C++ (for the most part, with some assembly in key places like some of the image processing.) I'd have long since hooked the hose up to the tailpipe if I had to do this in C
Delicious, I would also agree with IVB that if UPB support is the only reason keeping you from CQC you will likely regret not saving $400. Dean has made it clear it is a pro product and since UPB is a pro oriented lighting control, it will be coming shortly post 2.0. Remember everything lately has been focused on 2.0 and the new media stuff etc. My money says that once 2.0 is released in a few weeks, there will be a few weeks of tweaks, etc and then you will probably see UPB support within 2 months after that. When I jumped on CQC before the previous price increase there were some missing pieces too but I am confident they will be added - many are already.