@guerrierdipace, below words are not aimed against you, it's a general way of speaking.
But unfortunately I doubt that Flow Rebuilder is an open source project, I may be wrong.
Why do I have this bad feeling when googling "Flow Rebuilder source code" and then I fall in a thread on another forum where guys are looking for this source code as well in order to build a dump validator and this is 2 months old!? Where is this validator?
I've read the wiki many times, read threads here and googled a lot for a while but then I decided to start working on some coding after xmas vacations, so that's not long coding and that may explain why the code is not complete and still requires improvment, but sure I know it's sometimes hard to decide where to start when you want to get involved in something, anyhow I did it, so I hope those guys from this other forum are far away ahead of what I did and that they are going to share their work as well.
I sure like to read source and learn from others when they allow it, but I'm not too keen in doing some copy paste randomly especially if it makes the author unhappy.
I do not say you were wrong doing this, it would be only if you had purely 'stolen' the code, I do not either say that it's better to give an app for free but keeping the source code as a teasure.
I personnaly do not want to run business on that and hide a code that is basically and only here thanks to guys like defyboy, euss and many others who did not keep their secret, my code is just my interpretation of the wiki.
Months before E3 sold their stuff I was reading a lot from defyboy and was going to work on the STM32 to build my stuff, but for many bad reasons I stopped very early. But I ensure you that if I had finished it I would have release all for free and 100% open.
Anyhow, everyone can do what he wants with what he built, it's his right to keep it secret for whatever reason it is, but I have nothing to hide and you are not going to do nasty things to me by copying/transforming my code, moreover if fail0verflow had never shared their own source code many of would have written nothing!
ATM I'm increasing the "test coverage" (Sh!t I'm using my job's words) and also cleaning, and more important changing back strict address reference to shifts from based addresses, when it would complete I'm sure porting it to NAND would be easy as pie, the only thing I have no idea on how to manage is about NAND bad blocks...
Note: It's not anger or hate against anyone, it's just my statements and I just finished my dinner with an imported good French red wine, and you know what we say... Froggies are grumpy bad A$$h0les.