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Open Source

Code Crusader, Code Medic, Code Mill, and our Subversion client are all now open source, under the GPL. You can get the source code from GitHub.

Of course, we still provide binaries. They are now on sourceforge.

Add comment November 22nd, 2012

Next release of Code Crusader

We haven’t set a date for the next release of Code Crusader, but I just updated the feature list, and it’s growing nicely.

Add comment July 21st, 2007

Daily Comics 1.5.3

Mea culpa on the disaster that was Daily Comics 1.5.0. It appears to be a bug in Dashboard, because the code worked perfectly in Safari, and JavaScript should by definition never cause a crash, only a thrown exception.

Regardless, Daily Comics 1.5.3 is stable and available for download.

Add comment April 24th, 2007

Daily Comics 1.5

Daily Comics 1.5 is now available for download. I cleaned up the interface a bit and fixed some bugs related to downloading the comics.

Add comment April 14th, 2007

Code Crusader 5.2.1

Code Crusader 5.2.1 is now available for download. This is a free bug fix upgrade for anybody who has bought version 5.x.

Add comment November 20th, 2006


Version 2.0 of the Arrow Email Client is finally available for download. It is released under the GPL.

Add comment November 20th, 2006

Drakon Process Manager

The Drakon Process Manager is now available for download. It is licensed under the GPL.

Add comment November 20th, 2006

Daily Comics 1.4

Lots of people reported problems with Daily Comics 1.2. Thanks to all of you for caring enough to let us know! Daily Comics 1.4 should fix these problems.

Add comment November 11th, 2006

Code Crusader 5.2

Code Crusader 5.2 is now available. This is a free upgrade for users of Code Crusader 5.0 and up. To get the full benefit of the changes, you need to install ctags 5.6.0-4, which is included in the package.

You can download it from here.

You can view the changes here.

Add comment October 4th, 2006

Glove 2.0

Glove 2.0 is finally available under the GPL! We will provide binaries for Linux-Intel, OS X, and Cygwin. The good news is that if you want to use it on a different platform, simply download the JX Application Framework and the Glove source and build it!

You can download Glove from here.

You can view the changes here.

Add comment July 4th, 2006

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