A simple chat protocol some friends at Lysator and I created to as en exercise in network programming in diffrent languages.
A RPN calculator with several multiple user interfaces. Written mainly as an exercise in C.
Python lib and also a client server thing of old to control the L.I.S LCD (Lost in Space). I would recommend using pylislcd since it's kind of simple and build from there (and…
Common library for that kept me from repeating network and file format implementations. Please note: This is left there for historical reasons
elisp scripts (GNU Emacs)
elisp scripts for GNU Emacs (might work in other emacsen but that remains untested).
Here are some small hacks I've made over the years (most of these are archaic), for a bit newer my dot.files repo might be more useful.
Kakwiki (eng: cookie wiki) is a fork of the now defunct TigerWiki with other goals.
The new lidl has nothing to game wise or code wise to do with the old lidl, they have diffrent goals, the "new" lidl is aiming to be a rogue-like, while the old one was more of a hunt the wumpus clone.
This is a historical page.. so not quite updated for a very long time, also it was just made for fun not real use. It's purpose was to RPC and Chat in an encrypted and trying to remain anonymous.
A collection of the basic number guessing game in multiple programming languages. I initially wrote some of these since I found them more a lot more useful then the standard hello world.
Patches I wrote to adjust software or maintened for a while
A simple application (mostly run from scripts) to toggle individual outputs on the parallel port.
Allows multiple user land programs to monitor the parallel port (lp0 by default) in io mode. Connections are handled by a simple network protocol.
I used tempserver and tempfetch to monitor and log temperature of different devices on my network.
A small collection of themes I have either modified or created.
Is a static homepage generator I wrote to make it simpler to update my homepage.
A simple frontend for iwlist whose only purpose is to list networks in a more human readable manner.