Thanks @yong for the update.
I’m impressed by the code you’ve made, the quality is higher than any Chinese project I ever saw up so far, well done! Really!
I’ve started to toy around it, my original goal was to make it run with Python3 (which it does right now, but lots of features are missing) and trying to make it even more modular than it currently is.
I do have now two clear goal for that fork:
- Make the code more modular
- Try to have as less as possible hard-coded values, all should come as much as possible from config file, or detected automatically.
This refactor is going to be a long process, so don’t expect anything soon, but I’ll keep my changes and update on my own fork. Once I feel it is ready I will propose as a pull request.