A fast way to convert images to beautiful ANSI escape codes for display in command line interfaces. Supports 8/16/256 and Truecolor outputs, as well an optional unicode mode for increased detail. Available on PyPI, install with
pip3 install climage.
You may have seen this in action already (and potentially tricked by it too!) on the front page of this website. A rewrite of chrisdone's jquery-console, refactoring the hell out of it (I don't like jQuery).View on Github »
A small socket-based server enabling CLI applications to filter out bots via image recognition on ANSI encoded images. Built using CLImage.View on Github »
Why not use Jekyll (or literally any other static blog generator)? Good question! I wanted to write one from scratch to learn more web-ey stuff. Supports custom templates, commenting, rudimentary RSS, and more(?). A work in progress & how blog.pat.sh runs.View on Github »
The result of being frustrated with having to write C code in C++. Designed as idiomatic modern C++11 to provide simple spawning of subprocesses - an API built for idiots. Currently undergoing an extension to support directed multigraph process networks via asynchronous pipes.View on Github »
Does university count as a project? With the amount of hours put into it, I'd like to think so. Focused on high-performance concurrent data-structures as part of a Datalog compiler for implicit data representation. A near-quadratic time and space speedup.
A proud member of the ~town shared UNIX community. A really lovely place, home to many friendly people, and some nice custom made games/tools just made for it. Click the demo link to see my home page over there (lil ugly, but has a couple web projects).Demo »
I absentmindly doodle, and make them into shirts sometimes. Check out the designs in that demo link riiight there (when I make it).Learn more »
A small, HTML5 canvas game set in a top down 2d-environment - all code written from scratch. Includes a JSON defined custom renderer! Did I mention it has lasers? A continuous work in progress.View on Github »Demo »
A fast, concurrent random-access list. GPL/BSD licensed. Supports several levels of thread-safety, including wait-free, and lock-free versions.
Made with [UNICODE CODEPOINT 2764]. There's a lot of things hosted on here, even Fermat couldn't fit it on a large page with `margin: 0 auto;`. No theme - this website was written from scratch! Fully automated build process too, with optimisations and error checking ahoy.
A simple neural network written in C. Supports back-propagation and multiple activation functions.
A word-game I came up with while bored working at a cash register. Wrote a whole swathe of tools, including a Datalog path evaluation program. I am currently planning to generate a fair few levels with these tools, and write a quick-and-dirty web client to play it.View on Github »
A fast Bellman-Ford implementation, originally designed to find solutions for Molemio games. Uses human-readable labels for ease-of-use.View on Github »
The result of a 24 hour hackathon. A Neopets styled game written via EOSIO smart contracts designed to encourage people to financially adopt endangered species and continually support them via gamification.
A very-much-in-progress project. Yet another Tilde, but this time designed for tiny things - packed full of emulators, and assembly tools. Severe file restrictions to encourage micro-tooling.Demo »