I'm finally on GitHub.
I've been using Linux and other free, source software since 1998, and writing computer programs for just as long. But somehow I have never released any free, open source software myself. Until now.
In theory, anyone is free to download and use my programs. In practice, they're probably only interesting to me. Right now on GitHub I have two projects: Soma and Pistachio.
Click the image to watch my Soma video.
What's nice about this solution is that, since I'm accessing my music using a web browser, I can use Soma equally on my laptop, tablet, Google TV, or any other device with a web browser.
Pistachio is also a Perl project. Pistachio creates stylish HTML pages from a given set of Perl source code files. Pistachio builds on PPI::Tokenizer, and, by assigning css classes to various types of Perl language tokens, achieves its stylish HTML output.
(Note that, while it has been proven that Perl cannot be parsed, except by "perl," the executable, itself, PPI::Tokenizer's output is excellent.)
Pistachio Output Examples:
Pistachio Perl files in a GitHub-like style.
Pistachio Perl files in a Mac-OS terminal "Novel"-like style.
Soma Perl files in a GitHub-like style.
Soma Perl files in a Mac-OS terminal "Novel"-like style.
Open Sourcing FoodPics
Last year, I created FoodPics (overview here). I'm considering publishing that project to GitHub. I would need to clean up the source code a bit first.
Posted by Joel Dalley on 2013-04-16 18:34:29.
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