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This repository is for random code that I am writing day to day. It's unlikely that any of this code is completely finished. It serves more as a dumping ground for odds and ends. - RepositoryPatternExample : A simple repository pattern demonstration that shows the beginnings of a simple wiki with a driver for SQL and MongoDB. - PasswordGenerator.cs : A small 16 character password generator with upper case, lower case, numbers and special characters. - JDFSTranslate.java : This uses JNA to hook into the Netapi32 dll to expose one function to grab DFS path information. This wraps a few of the structs as well. It's not complete but is moreless a real example of how to use JNA to do something useful. - LookupLastLogonForUser.cs : A small utility to look up usernames in Active Directory. This application takes a file where each username is specified one per line. The output is a CSV with each username and their last logon times for each domain controller. - DFSTranslateTest : This is a C# app that basically does what the JDFSTranslate.java does. It wraps all the same things as it's java cousin. - watermark.clj : My first Clojure script which takes a jpg image and adds a small text watermark to it and then saves a copy of the image. - ADDump : Mines Active Directory for users and computers and stores the information in a database table and also writes a log file. - piper.py : A python DigitallyImported.com stream ripper NOTE: This used to work fine, seems DI.fm has recently inserted some randomness into their song title meta data to confuse rippers like this. Oh well. I'll throw it on the net for posterity! - Ripley.* - Various incantations of a DI.fm stream ripper. These are quite old now and I don't know if they currently still work. They used to work years ago. - IRC: - IRCSandbox : This is a small IRC Bot that does only enough to connect to a server, stay connected, send some basic commands and receive data back while outputing it to standard out. - IRCCommandRegexSandbox : A little sandbox to test parsing various IRC commands into their respective groups. I am envisioning this will be used to parse incoming data in the IRC client lib in order to determine what kind of command we are dealing with. There is still some work to do. Learning makes the journey worthwhile! - jquery-search-dropdown-builder.js - This is somewhat of a convoluted jQuery plugin in that the requirements are highly specific to a business decision that was made on a team I work on. This builds some dropdowns and uses the selections made from them to build a query string that can be used to open a SharePoint page containing a list and filter it's contents. This is basically a poor mans search for a specific SharePoint list. - Journal Munge - a quick fire Node.JS script to read a bunch of text files and munge them together into a single file. I used this to take individual journal files I was writing every day and munge all them together into a monthly file. - Added a folder called Unfinished which will house projects that have been started but not finished. Projects that I am still interested in but don't have time to work on. --- Frank Hale <email@example.com> 20 July 2014 All code is under the GNU GPL version 3 or later unless otherwise noted. // This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify // it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by // the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or // (at your option) any later version. // // This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, // but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of // MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the // GNU General Public License for more details. // // You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License // along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.