Doxygen Mar 31 2004
GPL documentation generator, makes HTML, man pages, LATEX, etc…
Tom’s Hardware Guide recommended this tool for outputting your Microsoft Windows pc information.
The Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, including Microsoft Hotfixes, and displays the results in your Web browser. All of your PC profile information is kept private on your PC and is not sent to any web server.
PHP based invoicing system. Will see if it can play nicely with Netoffice.
I worked a lot this weekend on the next version of the Serafini Studios website. It’s got a fresh new look to it, somewhat influenced by the UI tutorial sites I’ve been checking out lately for the work on the GS application. In addition, the navigation code was completely re-worked, with a hint from the HTML_MENU PEAR module array syntax, although other than looking at how they structure their array (a simple multi-dimensional array) I didn’t use any of their code. Partly it seems overly complicated for doing what I wanted. So now, I have a semanatically correct <ul> based navigation structure that looks great in a text browser and is styled using CSS and the fast sprite-based rollover concept from Pixy. The internal structure of the container pages is about as clean and simple as can be. This is a demonstration site for me for how minimal your code can be if you trim out unneeded cruft. This redesign is about elegance in code, elegance in presentation.
Here’s a link to a directory filled with Creative Commons licensed content. They currently have 1391 records of available content.
Got Gallery finally installed for this blog. So far I’ve added an album for my drawings made using my Palm pda/phone Samsung i330. Check them out!
P.S. I used XnView (found via Download.com) to convert the Diddlebug pictures (extracted using Windlebug) from .bmp format to .gif format, suitable for posting to the Gallery. All of these programs are freeware. Very nice! 🙂
Bears some further investigation.
Here’s a picture of Cory Doctorow’s Eastern Standard Tribe on my Samsung i330 pda/phone combo (pretty close to a current-day comm from the story). I’ve been wanting to take this picture for a while, so here it is.
Download EST at Cory’s site in just about any ebook format at: http://craphound.com/est/download.php.
(I read it in Plucker format on my i330).