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[Release v3.0] F.A.T. - Foreman Assistance Toolkit

Daxx Ottsel
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#1 - 2017-01-11 03:49:35 UTC  |  Edited by: Daxx Ottsel
Hello Ppl Big smile,

I just finished working on my first public desktop application dedicated to my passion, Mining. I present to you: F.A.T.

[CURRENT VERSION: 3.0 - UPDATED 1/20/2017]

What it does:

Creates and maintains a log of a mining op and everything related to them


  • Resource Logging
  • Automatic Mining Calculators
  • Ore to mineral conversion
  • Automatic Price checking
  • Mineral composition breakdown
  • Log Saving
  • Simple to use

This is a simple app and I hope to expand it in the coming weeks / months to be a much stronger toolkit than it currently is.

If anybody has any suggestions, [i][please/i] post them so I can consider adding said features

Here is a screenshot of the application in use :)

version 3 :D

For those worrying about key-loggers or other garbage, I will provide full source code on request. I am also willing to make corp specific mining apps with SQL integration for those interested.

- Daxx
Daxx Ottsel
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#2 - 2017-01-21 06:00:29 UTC


- Added Call to eve-central API to fetch mineral prices on startup
- Added 2 panels on the bottom which count running totals of each mineral in raw units and accurate price
- Added button to update prices (black $ button)

- Expanded main table to include on-the-fly breakdowns of minerals contained
- Reports now contain total ISK earned at the end (also contains ISK breakdown by mineral)
- Removed maximum main window size (to accommodate mineral breakdowns

- Fixed crash on entering under 100 units when adding a new row
- Fixed bad report saving format (was missing an end line)
- Fixed incorrect namespaces and assembly directives

- No user feedback when adding a mineral entry / row to know if row was added properly
- Deleting an existing miner does not remove any existing entries they may have had