If someone stops by here looking for information on PostScript, you need to go visit that page instead.You should know that the customary abbreviation for postscript is in lower case: ps not - PS :) However, since the wiki treats titles as case insensitive, the user searching for ps is going to find this page!
Some of the things I added:
- Block Cipher Modes
- The German Enigma machine can, of course, be simulated with Tcl.
- Petri Nets
- Annoyed that running snippets of code from the wiki involves editors, I just created WikiRun
- IP-to-country lookup - how not to do it in Tcl.
- HL7 or 'Health Level Seven' - a medical data interchange standard.
- WikiDiff Notifications
- file and directory change notifications
- Printing DYMO Labels with Tcl and tcom
- Simple TCP/IP to serial port gateway
- A new wiki front page? The Tcl'ers Wiki.
- Discussion about a more concise wiki front page
- A Pure Tcl self-extracting archive
- Simple Tcl Archive Network
- Slashdot MetaModeration
- A Pregnancy Calculator
- kitsplit Split a running Starpack.exe into tclkit.exe and application.kit
- Using a zip file as a Tcl Module
- Using zip files like a .kit file
To get a better idea of exactly what has changed with the Recent changes, I have created a WikiDiff. The actual diff can currently be found at http://pascal.scheffers.net/wikidiff/For that to work nicely, highlighting word-by-word changes (as opposed to line-by-line) I hacked away at WordDiff.
In our network, we have one place that can access a database through a VPN connection. But I want everyone to be able to access that, so I wrote a TCPProxy, which works very similar to sockspy except it doesn't do any fancy logging.
I like TkChat, but I guess I am not the only who would like to see some new entry and exit messages. So after some experimenting and without further ado: my tkchat now grabs TkChat messages. The users of the web interface will still be bored to tears with the old messages, but I will just have to throw a SEP Field over that one, for now.