I found this when I went looking for Arduino Heliostats. I've been a professional software developer for 13 years. I noticed immediately that you are using your forums to track different versions of the Heliostat software. You're probably tired of this.
There is a better way: https://github.com/
The entire open source world uses version control software, usually Git these days. The commercial world does the same. You should too. It makes it easy to accept changes from other people, manage versions, and manage your own changes. It also makes distributing your code to multiple machines easier. You'll wonder how you ever got along without it, trust me.
If you don't want to use github and prefer to keep everything on your own servers, give GitLab a try: http://gitlab.org/
GitLab is basically GitHub for people with their own servers.
If you're a command line guy like me, try gitolite. They're all excellent solutions, but I'd try github first since it's super easy.
On a different note....
I've noticed that your heliostat code can be configured to use different kinds of actuators. I think it's made mostly with stepper motors in mind though. Is there a hardware list somewhere, or a Bill of Materials? I'm currently working on a large format servo design that uses a BaneBots P60 gearbox. I was wondering if a Heliostat might be a possible application.