Code you might be able to use
Over the course of many years, I have written a lot of random code in a lot of random computer languages. I've gotten work done in C, C++, Pascal, Java, Postscript, Perl, Applescript, Lingo, Hypertalk, many Unix shells and a few others that I am probably just not thinking of right now.
Some of this code might be useful to people. So, by the magic of the General Public License, I am making it available. If you haven't read the GPL yet, please do so. It allows you to use my code in personal projects or other GPL projects, but not in any commercial software unless you make a deal with me first.
I'll be adding code to this pile gradually. Start with this.
- Wirc, the Wheels.org Internet Relay Chat. This is a one-window, one-channel IRC client, written in Java. It does not allow file transfer, and was designed to be easily implemented as an applet. For security reasons, applets can communicate with only their own servers, and I don't have access to a system which runs both a web server and and IRC server, so I have never tested Wirc in that environment. Wirc functions under Linux and MacOS, so I figure it will run anywhere. It requires Java 1.1.
- Zener_Movie, a system for testing your Psychic Quotient (PQ) by predicting Zener cards, coded in Macromedia Director Lingo, and made available both in that format (285k) and online as a Shockwave 7 movie (90k). Be sure you have the current Shockwave plugin from Macromedia before trying the online version.