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May 30, 2003

What Amazon can do for you

Clutter is a fantastic tool for all Apple Mac OS X users (aka: not me...) fans of music: “Clutter is a small Mac OS X application that lets you put music CDs on your desktop. You can drag them anywhere -- they're really windows. Line them up neatly or put them in piles, it's your choice. Each one looks like the real CD's cover, and double-clicking it tells iTunes to play that CD.” It's another good example of the creativity from Mac OS X developers. This tool uses to get images of music CDs (or Apple iTunes).

Posted by Jean-Philippe on May 30, 2003 19 Comments, 153 TrackBacks

April 07, 2003

A must have for hackers

Structorian, the tools you need to view and edit binary data:

Structorian is, essentially, a viewer and editor for structured binary data. After you describe the structure of your data in a special language, Structorian enables you to view and edit data files.

The structure description language supported by Structorian is quite powerful, and its syntax resembles that of C. Describing simple data formats in Structorian is no more difficult than writing C structures. For more complex tasks, Structorian provides support for hierarchical data, loops and conditions, a comprehensive expression evaluator and other powerful features. Ideally, Structorian should be able to describe adequately any real-world file format or protocol.

Posted by Jean-Philippe on April 07, 2003 21 Comments, 4847 TrackBacks

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