Adam Jenkins' Home Page
I don't have a real homepage with personal info about myself and
all. The main purpose of this page is to make some programs that I've
written available to anyone.
Here's something funny, I don't know who it's by.
Real Programmers Don't Use Pascal.
- Othello. A computer othello player I
wrote in the summer of 1997. It's written in Objective Caml, a
functional programming language. It has only been tested on Linux, but
should work on any platform that O'Caml is available for.
- EPScan. A scanner driver and
GUI for X-Windows on Linux, for Epson scanners.
- A COM automation wrapper around the GNU regex library. Provides
regular expressions to any language that can load automation
objects. In particular, this means Visual Basic, VBA, and VB Script. I
wrote this because I missed the power of emacs lisp for writing macros
for Visual Studio. Just adding regular expressions helps a lot.
- XTalk. A talk client for
X-Windows, written in Python. Should run on any platform that Python
- JTalk. Another talk client,
written in Java. Needs at least
JDK or JRE 1.4.
- lsmsearch. A perl script for
searching the Linux Software Map (LSM). Allows searches by keyword,
title, description, or whole record.
- Simple Proxy. A generic proxy server
for protocols that use a TCP/IP stream socket connection with a
server, such as NNTP or POP3. Requires Perl. I wrote it because my
ISP doesn't allow connections to their NNTP server from outside their
domain, but I wanted to read news from work. I can just run this
proxy server from my shell account, then set my newsreader to connect
to the proxy server, which in turn connects to the real NNTP server.
Send a text message
to my cell phone.
Adam P. Jenkins