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By Maurice on February 16, 2010 in how-to's  linux  programming  popularity: language: Dutch
Voel je je avontuurlijk en wil je Objective-C compileren onder openSUSE? Dat kan, de gcc compiler ondersteunt het gewoon, maar dat is niet genoeg.
In dit artikel een kort stappenplan.
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By Maurice on May 28, 2009 in movies  interesting sites  news  programming  windows  popularity: language: Dutch
Pixel City is een erg leuk project wat ik tegen kwam. Met weinig programmaregels een complete stad genereren.

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By Maurice on July 18, 2008 in movies  news  programming  software  windows  popularity: language: Dutch
Ik heb er zelf nog niks mee gedaan maar het lijkt me leuk om wat te spelen met Artificial Planet, een leuk staaltje kunstmatige intelligentie en swarm intelligence.

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By Maurice on May 27, 2006 in how-to's  pocketpc  programming  smartphone  windows mobile  popularity: language: Dutch 2 comments
Problem It took me some time to find a solution for the following error message while starting the Windows Mobile Device emulator (the one supplied with Visual Studio 2005): Device Emulator Error: Could not read save-state file. errormessage.gif The problem probably is caused by the fact that I didn't properly shutdown the device emulator while it was saving the save-state file. Resolution The solution is to remove all save-state file. But where are they located? I used the...
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By Maurice on October 9, 2003 (updated on February 1 2005) in downloads  programming  scripts  popularity: language: English
Recently I created a pair of Perl scripts to assist me with a reverse engineering job for a pocketpc application. The scripts parse assembly code which is re-engineered by IDA and create a GraphVis .dot file of it. This .dot file can be used with GraphVis to create a graphical representation of the branches within the code. There are two kind of scripts: * and * The first one looks for jumps to other subroutines, the second one looks for jumps to other memory locations. It is...
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