These are just a few of my open source projects I am either currently working on or have completed in the past. For a closer look at these projects you can visit my Sourceforge page.
This project is currently in the alpha state. It is written in C++ using the OpenGL API to render the graphics. It is completely playable, however you can only play as white at this time. It includes a separate AI engine (Houdini) to play against.
This is one of my most magical programs. It is lightweight and written in C. The purpose is mainly security auditing; you can perform denial of service attacks on a host by sending unlimited amounts of UDP packets. I would recommend using this with caution.
Portable Master Control Program (PMCP)
I probably spent about a year on this, contributing to it when I could. Sometimes I would take one or two month breaks, so the development was a bit scattered. But the result is unique, it’s basically a bundle of many smaller programs. This software features: a registry editor, a file explorer, file searching, a process manager, several network tools, a screenshot grabber, and several other items. It is also written in C using the Win32 SDK.
Quick Line Counter (QLC)
This was a fun little project. You can add any number of text files and it will tell you the total number of lines found. It will also specify the actual number of code lines, empty lines, and comment lines. You can make it filter only certain file types when you add a directory. This also happens to be written in C (I really love C).
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