Ruth Hendrix


Discussion created by Ruth Hendrix Employee on Jan 26, 2006
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Posted: Sat Jan 22, 2005 8:18 pm    
No, I havent really looked around too much. I enjoy programming as a hobby and decided to do one myself. I also made a logical to physical address program the other day to replace the buggy one that P&E micro makes. If anyone is interested in it I might be able to release it. It's command line driven and generates a log file with detalied memory statistics and i think is just as fast if not faster than the one P&E makes. I did it at work though so I may not be able to release it. We were thinking of posting it on the p&e forum Laughing but I'll look into it.
Posted: Sat Jan 22, 2005 8:22 pm    
Anyone know a free CVS I could put the project up on? I am writing it in Microsoft Visual Basic 6 and I have read that there is a plug-in for source safe to use CVS. (Never used either but am ready/willing to learn). Don't mind releasing the source (clearly I would administer changes though). Thanks for your time.

Try sourceforge:

I was thinking about that but I am still unsure of how to do the whole CVS thing. I made an account there but it seems like they are pretty strict about things. My site ( is hosted on a dedicated fedora box. Was gonna talk to the guy who owns the server about setting up a CVS on there. If I go with sourceforge I will try to put a different project on there first and see how easy it is to work with. Also I'm not the BEST on comments but I always format my code great and have descripitve variable names for most things. Plus how hard is it to really read VB? Smile anyhow I havent had much time to look into it lately or work on that project but when I get back into it I'll keep you updated.
Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 3:09 am    
I make some open source IDEs for Windows:

Assembler for hc11 and hc12:

GNU gcc IDE for hc11 and hc12

Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 3:03 pm 
Cool! I will have to take a look at those! My project has been sidelined for a while lots of other things going on.. plus the release of gran turismo 4 hasn't helped Laughing