Historical programming projects
The programming projects listed here are probably irrelevant at this moment.
Let them still stay here, as a memento to past efforts.
kdecompile is a script, written in
Python which automates the task of
frequently compiling the KDE directory tree. It also provides a
nice progress indication (in the 34/100 style) instead of the
continuous flow of compilation commands. It also displays the last
fully compiled package.
You can get it the most current version (kdecompile 0.3.9) from
The readme file is here:
You can also find kdecompile in the kde cvs in the directory
is a test application I am using to try out the full flexibility, migration and
agent surgery capabilities of the Bond
agent system. In essence is a mutable personal agent, which
allows you to share active information by sending parts of the
agent to another users Ghim, receive and integrate parts of
other Ghims into your Ghim, extending its functionality, or
just cut out parts of the Ghim which is not needed
anymore. And all this happens during runtime!!!
...is the AT&T project where I have worked in summer 1998.
It is defined as "The Enhanced Network Infrastructure
For 21st Century Services".
Komámasszony Go is a small Go player program which I develop
in my rare empty hours. I am still nourishing the belief that a smart idea
can create a Go player program which can beat a human player without resorting
to exhaustive search. It is also a good opportunity for me to keep in touch
with the Windows and C++ world while my current programming is done mainly
in Java. So Komamasszony features OLE and database access but it almost
completely lacks any Go skills, so I will not bother publishing it.