I have written a bunch of various applets and utilities, often times to amuse myself at work. Although they were mostly developed in Win32, they ought to run on whatver platform one chooses, be it BeOS, *BSD, Linux, etc. Unless otherwise specified, all projects are covered by the GNU General Public License.
Here's an old (1996) picture of me in case you want to stalk me:
My horribly out of date home page is at http://www.jtang.org .
Email me at [concat "tang" "at" "jtang.org"']. (Sorry, I have to start spam-proofing my address[L1 ].)
Here's what I wrote:
- TclStock - yet another stock ticker program (no longer updated)
- TclWeather - yet another weather applet
- Life - a color version of the cellular automata Life
- iConnect4 - the AI to RS's TkAlign4 game, implemented as an alpha-beta pruning tree up to 5 ply deep
- Revello2 - yet another alpha-beta AI, this time to RS's Revello game. this one isn't that great
- isolation - yet another a-b AI, but this time it plays well
- fickle - yet another not-so-fast lexical analyzer
- taccle - yet another LALR(1) parser generator
- TclDoc - javadoc (or ctags or whatnot) for Tcl - so slick that it clones javadoc tags like @author, @param, and @see.
- Bayesian Networks - implemented in Tcl a Bayesian belief network that calculates probabilities
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