Where the fine software grows
Hello out there!
I am a professional programmer, and when I have time I work on several cool open source projects. Find them useful, interesting, inspiring - or contribute! To contact me, send email to 'arno att unkrig dott de'.
- A super-small, super-fast Java™ compiler for embedded applications where you want to compile code on-the-fly into byte code which is executed in the running JVM.
- A 99.9%-complete reimplementation of
java.util.regex("JUR") with better
- Some contributions to APACHE ANT, e.g. the
<swingDialog>task which significantly enhances ANT's
- Enhanced versions of the widely known DIFF, FIND, GREP and PATCH command-line tools, which handle not only directories and files, but also archive and compressed files, and even nested archive and compressed files. They can even disassemble Java
.classfiles on-the fly and operate on the disassembly.
- A versatile Java™ library, including a highly flexible HTTP and FTP server.
An HTTP proxy that handles proxy authentication.
Doclets are a way to re-use the JAVADOC tool to do other things than just generate Java API documentation. I wrote a few of them for different purposes:
- Generates the metadata files for CheckStyle and eclipse-cs from 'doc tags' in the source code of your checks and filters.
- A re-implementation of the JAVADOC standard doclet, basically a reference to show how to use the "no-template" framework.
- Generates HTML documentation for a "main()" method - useful for command line tools with a set of command line options.
- A Java tool to convert HTML documents into plain text.
- A disassembler for Java .class files.
- A super-small Java library for templating, i.e. generating text files (HTML, XML, whatever) from a "template" text file.
These projects are no longer maintained and are only of limited use, e.g. because they work only with old Java versions.
- A tool for automatic injection of logging code into Java™ class files, making it unnecessary to mess up your code with hand-written logging.
- An ECLIPSE plug-in that adds CVS functionality that is sometimes painfully missing from ECLIPSE's built-in CVS client.
- The often-missed
<de.unkrig.subclipse.svn>ANT task that uses the SUBCLIPSE client of the running ECLIPSE workbench.