Here is a short list of some of the software I have written. There's
been a lot more than this of course, but much of it was of such poor quality
that it really didn't justify the waste of disk space. All software listed
here is freely distributable. The rest is owned by my various current and
Software I have Written
The GNU Project's rubik cube game. A 3
dimensional game written in OpenGL.
- Wday. A simple
utility to list and test for public holidays in any part of the
- Funcfit. A program which uses Genetic
Algorithms to find a polynomial approximation to an arbitrary
This one is a bit trivial, but I seem to get a lot of feedback on
it. A autoconf macro to test for GNU make
versus any other kind of make program.
Software to which I have Contributed
- A free
replacement for SPSS (a proprietary statistical analysis tool).
It's called PSPP.
If you're looking for a Free version of SPSS then PSPP is a good
choice. It's not complete, but you may find it's a viable Free
alternative to SPSS.
- Peter Miller's change supervision system, aegis.
- The world wide web consortium's web browser/HTML editor Amaya
Work in Progress
I'm currently working on a C++ Neural Network library, which will
hopefully be useful to people writing applications needing a
It features multi-layer perceptrons, Boltzmann machines, Kohonen nets and Hopfield nets. Currently, I'm thinking about the best way to optimise it for parallel architectures.
Have a look at the web site
These items I haven't looked at for some time, and don't intend to unless
someone gives me the incentive.
- Drow. A rudimentary word processor
application written in Tcl/Tk. It has some similarities to Word for
Today however, there are much better w4w clones available.
Try OpenOffice or
- epp. A Linux device driver for a
particular brand (HI-LO) of EPROM burner. It's several years old,
so won't work with the latest kernels, but could probably be got
working without too much trouble.
and here is a project
which I might or might not get done one day.
Third Party Software
Lots of other great software can be found by searching in the Free Software directory:
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