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Dating my X

I spread the coding effort needed for protocols and 3rd party software compatibility out over longer periods of time because the underlying work is mundane, tedious and very very repetitive. The QEmu backend is by far the more interesting and potent … Continue reading

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Arcan “Monthly”, September Edition

Revising the approach to dissemination slightly, we will try out having a monthly (or bi-monthly if there is not enough relevant changes for a monthly one) update to the project and sub-projects. For this round, there’s a new tagged Arcan … Continue reading

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Some Questions & Answers

A few days have gone by since the project was presented, and while I am not very active on the forums and other places where the project have been discussed, I have seen some questions and received some directed ones … Continue reading

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I wrote a Lua programmable display-server++ [arcan], a desktop environment [durden] and a nifty debugging/reversing tool [senseye]

This post is to consolidate some information about the project and sub-projects in an attempt to disseminate what I have been spending way too much time on. Arcan – When a Game Engine meets a Display Server meets a Multimedia … Continue reading

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Meet Durden

Following the Arcan 0.5 release, here is Durden – the desktop environment I prefer to use for most computing endeavors these days. While there is no voice-over presentation, there is at least a longer playlist that shows off most (display- … Continue reading

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Arcan 0.5

This took a while, but for good reason. In a sense, the project has reached its halfway point and most of the scaffolding is now being removed. The major changes are so numerous that I will not try and elaborate … Continue reading

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Senseye 0.3

Finally tagged a new release of the very-much-in-progress experimental mixup between reverse engineering, visualization and debugging. Overview presentation slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/letoram/senseye and the code can, as usual, be found at: https://github.com/letoram/senseye Make sure to build and run against an … Continue reading

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