Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cool Software: Batch File Compiler PE

While I’m not sure why you’d want to do so, compiling batch files into executables just has some hackerish appeal to me. The batch file compiler does so, and includes a cool syntax highlighting editor as well! Get it here: bfcpe.exe

Cool Software: PatchMyPC

This is an actual software autoupdater which is free, donate-ware and doesn’t contain malware! In short: awesome! Get it from: PatchMyPC.exe

Cool Software: SlowMP3

Slow MP3 allows you to speed up and down MP3 files without getting “chipmunk” voices, transpose them up and down and other cool stuff. It’s awesome if you’re trying to learn that new song on your guitar and can’t find the tabs for it. Try it out! (now dead – see my copy below) […]

Creating .deb-Packages With Checkinstall

If you’ve exhausted all other options, it might be time to compile from source, even in Debian. If you’re about to do that though, don’t abandon the concept of .deb files and the advantages they bring with versioning and easy removal. Use “checkinstall“. Checkinstall is in the standard Debian repositories and encapsulates your install into […]