I've published a few more projects of mine, one that implements a scriptable screensaver, and another that is my personal "swiss army knife" tool that I've built up over the years. Feel free to check them out at the Projects page.
SCSA, a Sound Card Spectrum Analyzer has been added as a "sample app" for the RControls suite (actually, it was added a while ago). The app wasn't written to be a sample app, but is not significant enough to warrant a separate page.
Please download and try it!
Three new projects are available: GSB, RControls, and a program from the 2007 FIRST Robotics season!
GSB is an application used to browse game servers for various multiplayer games. I built it originally when Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory was released, because I didn’t like any of the alternatives out there. I stopped work on it in 2007 when other priorities stole my time, but I’ve decided to release it at this time as an open source project. I’m hoping that the open-sourcing of the code base stimulates some interest.
The RControls project is a work-in-progress, but I hope for it to one day contain several Win32 native controls to handle display of data. I’ve got a plotting library under development currently, and I hope to have a few gauge-style controls one day as well.
So, I've finally decided to publish all of my past or present personal projects on the web. There are a few other applications I'd like to publish, that I hope to over the coming weeks and month.