> On 3/14/2017 10:28 AM, Dimiter_Popoff wrote:
>> On 14.3.2017 г. 18:09, Don Y wrote:
>>> Hi Dimiter,
>>> On 3/14/2017 3:01 AM, Dimiter_Popoff wrote:
>>>>> Don't use a watchdog to fix a DESIGN PROBLEM. Find a new vendor.
>>>>> (How can you have confidence in your product if one of the main
>>>>> can't even meet its minimal performance requirements?)
>>>> this is how they do things nowadays, not much we can do about it.
>>> Well, *I* can certainly not contribute to the practice! If you've
>>> got a "slow leak" in a tire, do you drive around with a *pump* in
>>> the trunk (forever!) or do you fix the leak?
>> What they seem to do in that situation is to put a larger tire over
>> the leaky one, pump a few kilograms of glue between the two and
>> move on....
> But, that would *solve* the problem -- assuming they similarly
> increased the size of the remaining tires.
Touch the other 3 units which still work? You must be kidding.
And the solution would be typical: add a few kilograms of weight
to the car (tire +glue), make that wheel wobbly (the glue won't
be spread evenly and who would care about balancing a fix like this)
so the ride will be bumpy, never mind the vibrations
might pull the whole thing apart and kill someone - "on very rare
> I still have that code (I have *everything* I've ever designed/written)
Me too - almost. I lost a little of my earliest work (a few floppies)
but I have never needed that.