Geek Code Generator v1.7.3 - Generates your geek code Copyright (C) 1999-2003 Chris Gushue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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This program will generate a geek code block for you by simply choosing which codes suit you from the screen. I am not a very good programmer, I just dabble a little every now and then.
Originally, I started this project in Visual Basic, but decided to use DJGPP v2 instead, partially because it is free, partially because it is more portable and partially because Visual Basic sucks :) Since then, I have totally switched my system to Linux. Currently, my system is Slackware 4.0 (partially) converted to glibc 2.1.1, but I will be installing Debian 2.1 very soon.
To use this program, you just run the resulting binary and follow the directions. Everything SHOULD work, but I haven't tested it all that much.
If you have any bugs, patches, typos, comments, flames, money, postcards, or any other free stuff - feel free to email me at email@example.com - also, please let me know if you modify this source, so I can try it myself.
This program was developed using gcc 2.95.1, glibc 2.1.2, and various other GNU tools, on Debian GNU/Linux (potato), with the 2.2.12 kernel.
To install on Linux (and most likely other UNIX variants):
DJGPP v2 is available at http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/ including CWSDPMI, which is also released under the GPL. This executable is required if your OS doesn't provide DPMI services (Windows 9x does). You have the right to receive the source for CWSDPMI, as well as any binary updates. These things should also be available at the site listed above for DJGPP.
To compile on DOS with DJGPP v2, try this:
gcc -O3 -s -o geekcode.exe *.c
Also, if you have the DJGPP make package instaled, you can probably just type make, and ignore any errors you might get (at least, I could do that in my limited testing on my other system).
http://www.geekcode.com - Geek Code website http://www.gnu.org - GNU Project and FSF (Free Software Foundation) http://www.delorie.com - Home of the DJGPP compiler http://www.debian.org - Debian GNU/Linux (the distribution I use) http://www.slashdot.org - Geek site extraordinaire http://www.freshmeat.net - Ultimate Linux software database
http://www.mutt.org - The best email client http://www.vim.org - A nice editor, I recently started using it
The Geek Code is copyright (C) 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 by Robert A. Hayden. All rights reserved. You are free to distribute this code in electronic format provided that the file remains unmodified and this copyright notice remains attached. This copyright prohibits HTMLizing the code for publication on the web. If you wish to publish abstracts or portions of the code, contact the author for permission. If you wish to write an article about the Geek Code, please contact the author. All creatures not native to Earth are exempt from this copyright, however, they must prove that they qualify.