SnowRunner Resource Tools by MightyEagle82Detail info
Register Date:2022-12-26 05:36
Project of the second version of the FCF framework. At the current moment, the code is being transferred, its structuring from the first version.Detail info
Register Date:2022-11-30 06:09
e-Dokyumento is a web-based Document Management System that stores, organizes, indexes, routes, and tracks electronic documents. It automates the basic office document workflow such as receiving, filing, routing, and approving of hard-printed documents through capturing (scanning), digitizing (OCR Reading), storing, tagging, and electronically routing and approving (digital signature) of documents.Detail info
Register Date:2022-11-25 10:48
The purpose of Midbar is to significantly increase the cost of unauthorized access to its user's personal data.
ESP8266 version of Midbar utilizes the 3DES + AES + Blowfish + Serpent encryption algorithm alongside the ESP8266's built-in memory to store eight passwords and four credit cards in the encrypted form. It also utilizes the HMAC SHA-256 to verify the integrity of the stored logins.
Midbar V2.0 (ESP32 Version) is a password vault, credit card vault, note vault, phone number vault, data encrypter/decrypter, data hasher, SQLite3 host, and one-way secure communication channel - all in one. It utilizes the 3DES + AES + Blowfish + Serpent encryption algorithm with an integrity verification feature alongside the SQLite3 RDBMS to keep your data safe and organized.
Midbar V1.0 (Raspberry Pi Pico Version) is a password vault, credit card vault, note vault, phone number vault, and data encrypter/decrypter - all in one. It utilizes the 3DES + AES + Blowfish + Serpent encryption algorithm in CBC mode with an integrity verification feature alongside the LittleFS to keep your data safe and organized.
Midbar V4.0 is an attempt to combine the best aspects of Midbar and Cipherbox.
You can find the tutorial here:
ESP8266 V1: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-ESP8266-Version/
ESP32 V1: https://www.instructables.com/Project-Midbar/
ESP32 V2: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-V20/
ESP32 V2.5: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-V25/
Raspberry Pi Pico V1.0: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-Raspberry-Pi-Pico-Version/
ESP32 V3.0: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-V30/
ESP32 V4.0: https://www.instructables.com/Midbar-V40/
Register Date:2022-11-20 23:11
This is a sound-playing utility for C++ apps that can asynchronously start and stop music loops, as well as initiate transient sounds, and allowing unlimited sound concurrency.
It plays WAV files, via OpenAL, and runs on Windows, OSX, and linux platforms. Nice examples for each O.S. are included.
It is suitable for any Cpp application that needs music, sound loops or transient sound effects; eg. games.
There are no software depencies; this utility is self-contained.
* I am currently using it for sound in my OpenGL slider-puzzles app RufasSlider (written in C++): https://sourceforge.net/projects/rufasslider/
Register Date:2022-11-09 06:43
This is a soccer-themed, 3D sokoban puzzle game that includes 3 external solvers and 3 embedded solvers.
Register Date:2022-11-09 00:00
This is an Ada utility that can play WAV files on Windows, OSX, and Linux, using
Ada tasking and OpenAL libraries. It includes a partial Ada binding to OpenAL.
It provides sound-playing capabilities for Ada apps to:
* asynchronously start and stop music/sound loops,
* initiate transient sounds,
* allow unlimited sound concurrency.
Examples for each O.S. are included.
* Suitable for any Ada application that requires background or transient sound effects; eg. games, simulations.
* There are no software dependencies; this package is self-contained.
Register Date:2022-11-08 23:45
This is a commandline-terminal sokoban solver written in Ada. It is "generic" in the sense that it contains no domain specific strategies. It also provides a demonstration of the advantage in using the Hungarian Algorithm.
* no installation
* no dependencies
* simply unzip in your Downloads directory, and run.
Pre-built executables are provided in 3 variants:
* hbox4.exe (Win64)
* hbox4_gnu (linux)
* hbox4_osx (Mac/OSX)
Note that this solver may be run from a thumb drive: Simply unzip onto a USB flash drive formatted to match your system, and run.
Register Date:2022-11-08 10:45
A container running hgweb.fcgi via lighttpd. Allows LDAP and Kerberos. More AAA options to come.Detail info
Register Date:2022-10-21 02:01
Register Date:2022-10-18 14:38