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> Garden Planner, It's spring in the Northern Hemisphere
rrashkin
post Apr 7 2005, 06:00 AM
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I planted some seeds and promptly forgot what I had planted where. That got me thinking it would be good to have a program on the Z (I have a 5500) that would allow me to plan and/or record what I had planted, keep for next year, etc. I know, I can just use a piece of paper. But I wrote the app anyway.

It's organized by "beds" starting at bed-0.
To add or change a plant, choose a plant number or "new". Tap the screen to get the coordinates in the proper fields. Choose "AddPlant" to get the new/updated plant into memory. Choose "save" to save the array to grdn.csv. Choose "refresh" to redraw the bed.

I can't seem to attach it so I'll send it out to anyone who's interested.
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post Apr 9 2005, 09:31 AM
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QUOTE(rrashkin @ Apr 7 2005, 09:00 AM)
I planted some seeds and promptly forgot what I had planted where.  That got me thinking it would be good to have a program on the Z (I have a 5500) that would allow me to plan and/or record what I had planted, keep for next year, etc.  I know, I can just use a piece of paper.  But I wrote the app anyway.

It's organized by "beds" starting at bed-0. 
To add or change a plant, choose a plant number or "new". Tap the screen to get the coordinates in the proper fields.  Choose "AddPlant" to get the new/updated plant into memory.  Choose "save" to save the array to grdn.csv.  Choose "refresh" to redraw the bed.

I can't seem to attach it so I'll send it out to anyone who's interested.
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Go to the downloads section and add it there, that way people will be able to use for years to come.

Thanks for the hard work.
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rrashkin
post Apr 13 2005, 09:19 AM
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To do that, I'd have to make an IPKG; I don't know how.
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post Apr 14 2005, 12:43 PM
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QUOTE(rrashkin @ Apr 13 2005, 11:19 AM)
To do that, I'd have to make an IPKG; I don't know how.
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I can guarantee you that writing your app was harder than packaging it. Upload your software to http://bryandeluca.com/cacko/uploads.php (or post it to the forum) and I will gladly package it for you.
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rrashkin
post Apr 15 2005, 05:16 AM
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Thanks, Stupkid,
I uploaded "grdnpln.zip" to your server. It contains the compiled classes, the Java source (GrdnPln.java), and the text file, plist.txt, that lists the plants for the combo box.
Cheers.
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