Unless otherwise stated, programs here are for linux. They may run on
other systems (mostly unices), but that is pure coincidence :-)
Software I maintain (or would like to maintain)
- unicode, simple command line utility that displays
properties for a given unicode character, or searches unicode database for a given name.
- polynice, simple command line utility that can lower priorities for processes beyond what nice(1) does.
- pyeve, program reacting to special keys, often found on notebooks.
- mountpy, mountpy is a python script for quick automatic mounting and umounting of
external filesystems, especially suited for USB removable devices.
- efingerd, another finger daemon for linux.
- xtell, send messages back and forth between linux computers.
- pycmail, incoming mail sorter written in python.
- python-utmp, modules to access utmp from python.
- pydf, colourised df(1)-clone written in python.
- Generic Colouriser, colouriser for everything: log files, command outputs...
- serpento, dict server written in python.
- fonty-rg, set of console fonts for linux
- keyboards-rg, set of keyboard layouts for Xorg (Slovak
programmer keyboard, Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian phonetic яверты keyboards)
- ludevít, program translating contemporary Slovak language into
the Ludevít Štúr version.
Software I do not maintain anymore (but can still be useful)
- chlastmeter, keeps track of alcohol in your blood.
- tomukas, linux mini-distribution.
- Wfd, finger daemon for windows 95/98.
- Hungarian fortunes.
- pyftpd, ftp server written in python.
- pytris, two players console tetris clone, written in python.
- Nuclear ZX, a Sinclair ZX Spectrum emulator for MS DOS.
- Patched plucker with support for unicode texts. You also
need suitable extended grayscale fonts, get them from this
version of palmfontconv. Some of the fonts included are taken from source TTF files that
were free only as beer, but I owned them legally - and the resulting bitmaps seem not to be
covered by copyright laws - at least in the USA. Use at your own risk.
- python-uncertainities(sic.), a python module for dealing with
uncertain numbers (value±error). Not written by me, but by Tomas Stanys. Very simple, very basic,
but it works.
Obsolete or unfinished software
- shellver, WWW server written in bash script.
- ecq , short and very ugly IRC script to use micq from ircII command line.
- fosh, small and lightweight interactive shell.
- gtkctrlaltdel, GTK+ frontend to CTRL ALT DEL key ombination.
- napyrc, Napster to IRC proxy, written in python.
- pynap, simple python script to query Napster servers.
- statfs, command-line wrapper for statfs(2). Obsolete: incorporated into stat(1)
- zshist, simple python script to read .zsh_history written with
EXTENDED_HISTORY option, and display the timestamp in a human-readable format.
As a bonus it will colourise the output.