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Nov 28, 2009
Offline-searchable bug tracker with support for locally enqueueing bugs and then synching back to Github issues.
A simple Swift app that shows a webcam in a borderless window that floats on top ov every window and works even on top of fullscreen windows.
An intuitive software erector kit targeted at people new to programming, but with enough potential to stay useful once they've learned, inspired by HyperCard.
Parser for the HyperTalk-like Hammer programming language, targeting the Leonie bytecode interpreter.
Bytecode interpreter and primitive code generation backend for a HyperTalk-like programming language named Hammer.
A command line tool that reads a HyperCard stack and generates a folder with XML and PBM files from it containing a more easily readable representation of its contents. Based on Tyler Vano's and Rebecca Bettencourt's code from http://creysoft.com/xtalk/
Stacksmith test stacks and example stacks.
Open source Finder icon view class. This requires the UliKit directory next to it, or it won't compile.
A software update framework for OS X
An "Apple Guide" style help system for Mac OS X applications.
A tiny JSON library for C++11.
A menu bar clock for when your menu bar is hidden.
Second attempt, after ObjectiveK, at a transpiler that generates C code implementing a C++-like language where objects can change their class.
An NSViewController (and optional document class) that implements syntax coloring and code editing-related features in an NSTextView.
Code for converting the raw data from a System 7 sound file's 'snd ' resource or an 'snd ' resource found in a HyperCard stack to WAVE format. Port of Hopper262's Perl code to C++, with extensions to cover more formats.
Miscellaneous open-sourced MacOS Cocoa code by yours truly.
I always wanted to write an XML parser as a state machine that uses function pointers as its states. This is it.
An RSS-based, passive, load-balanceable distributed Twitter clone (server-side).
New version of UKCrashReporter from UliKit that shows its message when your application crashes, not on next launch.
A simple toy shell that's supposed to be more like a real programming language, less like a search-and-replace program with side effects.
Proof-of-concept for using actual windows that look like they're just being drawn into another window.
An example for Mike Yenco on how to create a view that shows the contents of an RTF file.
A Swift example project for Mike Yenco that shows how to create a resizing progress window with text and a progress bar as a sheet on a window.
A Swift example for Mike Yenco that uses SwiftExamples-RTFViewController and SwiftExamples-MasterDetailSourceListWindow to create a help window that shows all text files from a given folder.
A Swift example for Mike Yenco for how to create a master-detail view in Swift that shows a list of its views and loads view controllers for their detail view.
A tiny test app that shows how one could display bezier paths with varying line widths using Cocoa.
Example of making a table view on MacOS using Swift.
A little toy tiled isometric game engine that lazy-loads a large map in chunks.
Just a little experiment how one would make a binary diffing algorithm. Very inefficient, at least O(n * m).