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Tyro is a very high level programming language designed mainly for the beginners of the programming. It makes life easier for the programming newbies.
An IRC client that uses Tcl for not only the scripting, but also the "glue" at the C level for how all the parts of the application fit together.
The UniXML library is intended to be an extremely portable XML DOM parser library, completely OS and C compiler independent.
The Vortex project consists of 2 things. The Vortex OS and VParse. The OS is multitasking and handles a lot of features. VParse is a stand alone Vertex2 parser. Vertex is vortex's scripting language. Pre 0.7 is QBasic and 0.7 is C++.
This project was started in an effort to ease development of Swing applications by creating a XML to Swing rendering utility. Although this project is definitely in the first released state, it shows great promise and focuses solely on the Swing API as a
CkTool Windows - The solution for hassles of your system.
A portable BASIC in the style of Microsoft 6502 BASIC (especially the Apple ][+ variant), with influence from GW-BASIC and Atari BASIC among others, with enhanced features, written in C for portability to computers large and small.
This is a reprository of software I have written. It is written in C, C++ and hopefully in some obscure Basic :-) I gladly share my stuff with you under the MIT license, so you can do what you want with it (almost)... :-)