This page lists most of my open source projects.
My coding journey isn’t limited to these, I also have quite a few which aren’t (yet) publicly available for various reasons, mainly for being crappy or not yet in an acceptable state.
Those listed however, are the ones I am truly proud of.
Wrap is an open source command line tool that is able to convert Fountain and Wrap files into a correctly formatted screen- or stageplay as an HTML or a PDF.
Fountain is an awesome format to write screenplays in English, Wrap builds upon this to add support for different languages and stageplays whilst still fully supporting normal Fountain files.
All this in a FOSS package that you can use straight from the commandline.
A tldr client in Go, which focusses on speed. It uses a database and, using Go, is able to run on all targets supported by Go.
easyformat is a LaTeX package that allows the use of
_ (the underscore) to add
italics and bold text and
^ (the circumflex) to add smallcaps.
Import the package with:
Now you can do the following in textmode:
The underscore’s (
_) and circumflex’s (
^) meaning in
mathmode stay the same.
cLC (commandline Lambda Calculator) is a commandline application to experiment with and learn about lambda calculus.