A small utility program to modify the Windows Autologon settings in the Windows registry with a GUI. More about it at the project page on BitBucket.
Although not new, I stumbled just now upon a fine collection of icons from Microsoft1, the Visual Studio Image Library: The Visual Studio Image Library contains application images that appear in Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Windows, the Office system and other Microsoft software. […] each library contains over thousands of images which can be used… »»»
I extracted some code out of my dumping ground for assorted snippets (a.k.a. misc_public) and put it in its own repository: CLIOptions. It’s a tiny header-only C++ library to handle options (parameters, arguments, …) which are given to programs on the command line. The capabilities are described in the comments in CLIOptions.h file itself, a… »»»
Disclaimer: Sorry, this not a tutorial on CMake or on how to build your first CMakeLists.txt file, but basically just a short reminder for me in case I forget the syntax/steps for building my projects 😉 Directories The basic directory structure for my projects usually looks something like this: C:\Project X | ChangeLog.txt | ReadMe.md… »»»
Just a reminder for myself, because I will certainly stumble over it again in the future: One of my projects was using Qt and was split into several files and subfolders, with several CMakeLists.txt files to it. In it, I made all the required CMake-Qt-Magic, so that CMake and Qt with MOC was working (too… »»»
Time again for an follow-up to my post on Qt’s LTS release, now that Qt 5.9 has been published as a new long-term supported (LTS) release. And since Qt 5.9.1 does not build with Visual Studio 2010 anylonger, this was also a good reason to switch to the freshly released Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition.… »»»
This is an update to my previously published post Building Qt 5.2.1 on Windows 7 with Visual Studio 2010. Not much has changed for me: I’m still running Windows 7 (Windows 10 can wait a bit longer) and Visual Studio 2010 (I’ll probably switch to version “2017” when it’s done — and if it still… »»»
A new version of SIMInfo has been released (side note: version 1.3 was omitted from publication, because it’s been mainly a work of internal restructuring).
After quietly working on it for several months, the project has now reached a point where I feel comfortable to make it public:
By the way: Despite the lack of new posts here, I do update my code repositories with new content occasionally, either with snippets or scripts, or working on my projects (not all public at the moment).