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I started programming on UNIX systems just before the advent
of the World Wide Web. This coincidence seems to have influenced where I've
gone with programming.
- I created logresolve to post-process httpd logs to help speed up web
serving. The faster and more efficient version 2.0 is currently in beta here.
Version 1.1 is now distributed with
Apache, which is an excellent free web
server for Unix.
- If you use image maps on the Web, take a look at glorglox,
my advanced image mapper.
- The Perl script I use to make my
Online Resources page out of my
- Some fun CGI programs, written in Perl:
is a buzzword-compliant programming language developed at
Sun. So that I could put Java on
I used it to make this single solitary applet:
I started programming in BASICA on DOS on my first
computer - an original IBM PC. I eventually moved up to Microsoft C, and then
up again to Borland C. My most interesting DOS programs were these tools for
working with music modules.
I haven't updated these programs since early 1994, I no
longer have access to a DOS system, and I may have lost the source code... so
don't expect new releases anytime soon. The descriptions from the enclosed
FILE_ID.DIZ files appear below:
- MODMAN 1.7 - modman17.zip
Queue modules and players on one screen!
Comes set up for 12 popular MOD players,
can be configured for up to 39. Generate
listfiles for players that support them.
Recognizes 27 module formats, up to 1024
files in one directory! Takes absolutely
NO RAM while playing! Grab MODMAN today!
- MODUTILS 3.6 - tumodu36.zip
Now with MultiTrackerModule recognition!
Tom Rathborne's set of indispensible MOD
utilities! Identify & display titles for
26 module formats. Grab this if you need
to keep track of a large MOD collection!
- MODDIR - lists a directory of modules.
- MODNAMES - makes 4DOS/NDOS DESCRIPT.ION.
- MODDIZ - makes FILE_ID.DIZ for SysOps!
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