SpacePirate here. Apparently my old account is lost to that password bug; we'll see if the admins can figure that one out.
Until then, as Orca pointed out, we've got an old version of the source up alongside the 1.1.2 release of SpacePort on my site, shockingly still up on EVula.org. I've updated the email on my site, and will work with Orca on hosting his later versions of the source if necessary. If I did have later versions of the source, they're sitting on this hard drive I just dug up from a dusty box. Conveniently, it's giving me the click of death; so much for that idea.
As to newer versions... I don't expect it to happen. This was originally built on an ancient version of RealBASIC (not Ruby, as the .rb extension may imply), well before any of us ever thought Apple would brave an Intel switch. And unfortunately, Mach-O doesn't play too too nice with 10.6, and doesn't work at all in 10.7.
Supposedly later versions of RealBASIC support Intel builds, I'll have to look into it. Until then, though, I've got SpacePort 1.1.2 up on my site, which gives a fair approximation of EV physics, but Orca definitely did a lot of work in presenting more accurate accel and speed calculations than my guesstimates in this old version. There's a compiled version up there as well, which contains the Port Resources, which I don't believe were really updated beyond the initial version.
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message me on Reddit.
Accept no substitutes, long live ev-nova.net!
This post has been edited by SpacePirate2 : 20 March 2012 - 09:30 PM