o) A replacement for knowledge on how to modify your phone. I.E. This is not a script for "n00bs" to bypass learning the process.
The problem is that you made it too easy for ALL of us.
I've been following the Linux development. Very interesting.
Definitely a work in progress. Right now it's basic in that it'll emulate the RSD flash step for installing a new update, prompt you for doing the recovery stuff like we do in windows, and optionally ask for root. I have a list of functionality that I need in order to replicate the entire House of Bionic script in linux/mac. As each one of those functions gets ticked off my list, the functionality will grow. The windows version wasn't born overnight and neither will the linux/mac version. I'll work on it more tonight and try to get some of those todo's off my list. So far I don't see anything that's impossible to accomplish including the boot img creation.
Module programming... just build on what you've got. That's how I hack things together.
I'm an agile software engineer. I try really hard not to hack things together. I have a design that simply needs to be implemented one function at a time. :)
I was an electrical engineer who HACKED software together. I'm in management now, but I still hack things together from time to time. VB, SQL, Access. No more assembly or C coding for me.
I was not inferring you were hacking this together.
5 more months. 18 month lifecycle on updates for phones.