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PDM - it's a small PHP
script (so it's rather platform independant) which reads given directory
(name it SRC_DIR) + subdirs and then creates set of directories filled with the content of
SRC_DIR, tossed to fit given capacity. I personally use it to create CD sets of my backups.
It recently supports .iso image creation, direct CD/DVD burning via cdrecord, .iso image creation
on-the-fly, automatic file index creation and more. Project is now hosted on
SourceForge. Local files here.
Keywords: "PHP CD backup multi CD"
I've also made some improvements to the Webalizer - the well-known
log analyser. See the CHANGES I've made or fetch
the patch against version 2.01.10 or the whole 2.01.11 tree
from here. Let me know how you find it.
Patch has been sent to Bradford L. Barrett, Webalizer author, so some day it may be merged with
main trunk. [added on 2004.01.05]
Some software for Amiga I've developed during my more or less spare time for this looong-time desktop machine of mine. I apologize, but most of my Amiga development has been ceased (due to lack of time and interest o'mine) you may pick them up continue - most of them are open source projects.
Software - Amiga ECS demo, 1st prize at demo competition on Intel Outside 1992 party (tadaam ;-). You can find DMS archive, demo soundtrack (ProTracker module or mp3). No source code of my demo parts available. I got no clue if I even have it somewhere yet, I'm afraid (unless miracled'd happen).
W.F.M.H. LocalePL v3! - polish localization package for Amiga computers. Polish unofficial standard (now FREE for home use!),
Golem - the ultimate financial software (Now free and open sourced!),
wfmh.library - library full of useful routines to simplify your development. See the demo for details,
MUI Classes - various MUI classes (used i.e. in AmIRC, Voyager and other popular software),
muitoolkit.library - shared library that help if you develop a software using MUI. See enclosed demo for closer details,
asl.library v42+ - completely configurable ASL library (dirty, old time patch. No sources; ceased, but still popular and pretty stable and useable),
FlexCat - programmers' / translators' tool - generates catalogs and the source to handle them (open source; seems somebody keeps the development),
DB - Simple but powerful database (sources available),
MaxManager - Directory Opus alike for MAX BBS systems (sorry, sources are permanently gone ;(,
CrashCheck - simple utility for Miami TCP/IP users, fixing the log file after system crash. Useful if you use e.g. MiamiLog to calculate phone costs,
SaveNames - Free, OpenSource utility to help you transfer files from your Unix account to the Amiga (or any other system) via pc floppies without lossing its original long names. Useful if your pc filesystem driver does not support long file names but 8.3 schema instead. Plain ANSI C source included,
KDE 3.2+ splash screens - [Added: 2004.02.23]
Since KDE 3.2 every user can easily customise KDE's splash screen thanks to KSplash. Unfortunaltey, very few of currently available
(i.e. on KDE-Look.org splash screens are delivered in KDE 3.2 compatible theme format, thus
forcing users to play with shell and files. I wrote a small tool to solve that. Since batch conversion is now quite easy, I have
converted some of them I found nice and also composed some by my own:
Amiga huge set of icons (over 4000 various icons), mostly in Glow style, grabbed and converted into PNG. Unfortunately I had not time to add transparency, even it can be easily automated. Scrip-fu or other batch scripts warmly welcomed
Carlos with grandma...
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