- Fry It! was a graphical frontend for cdrecord/mkisofs to ease
bruning of CDs. I started this project to learn C++, and as it
began to grow and stabilize, I used it to understand threading, too.
There were a couple of reasons that caused me to discontinue its
development. One of the main reasons was missing time. It had some
unique features like support for multiple devices and concurrent
burning and mastering of CDs, although I never pushed these
features to production stability. This is the reason why I
don't publish the source code anymore.
- mbuffer is a UNIX command line tool for
buffering data streams. It enhances backup/restore performance,
shows performance data, and lowers the screw rate of tape drives
(one of the most important reasons for tape drives to die).
- The MetaC Compiler is the result of my
research project. The MetaC language is a compatible extension to
the C language that adds means of reflection, source code
refactoring and synthesis. It allows writing metaprograms
that analyze and modify C source code. Its purpose is to allow
automatic reconfiguration of programs written in the C language.
Main applications concern embedded systems development:
If you want to evaluate this techology, visit the above link and
get to the download section or contact me.
- System abstraction and target specific program adaption
- Source code instrumentation for real-time analysis
- Addition of special purpose debugging facilities
- and more...