psxdmh is my PlayStation Doom Music Hack — a command line tool to extract music and sound effects from the PlayStation versions of the Doom and Final Doom games. Pre–built executables are available for Mac and Windows, along with a collection of the Doom music generated by psxdmh.
The source code for psxdmh is available under the GPL v3 license. This means you can have a look at how psxdmh works, produce a modified version, or use parts of it in your own project.
I’ve just finished a complete rewrite of my Windows screen saver Ephemera. It’s been a very long time since its last update! The main changes in this version are:
The full source code for Ephemera is available under the GPL v3 license. This means you can have a look at how Ephemera works, produce your own modified version, or use part of it in your own project.
Browsers have come a long way since I last restyled my website, and some of the newer features allow me to simplify the styling, as well as improving the look. I’ve also taken the opportunity to revisit the look of my site to make it brighter and cleaner.
And by the way, I’ve got a new software release coming soon…
This release of Reversi contains a fix for drawing problems seen when running on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
This release of Ephemeral contains a single fix for a crash on exit problem when running on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
This release of GridBike is mainly to add a couple of enhancements benefiting from my work on Coblyn, plus there’s a fix to get around a drawing problem on some machines with Intel GPUs:
Download GridBike here for OS X and Windows.