Warehouse4th July 2008
This is a place where my works, diverse in both nature and areas of application ultimately end up. The list
includes miscellaneous utilities, articles, hacks, tweaks and other similar nuggets. These works predominantly
belong to the technical realm.
Did this just for fun. It's a batch script for generating HTML indexes of directories and files.
A long awaited (almost a year) product finally goes live. But I feel it's worth the wait for the product has highly evolved.
A strange situation with static initializers and blank final variables in the Java programming language.
A simple algorithm and implementation of wildcard text matching using Java. The article contains detailed explanation with sample code.
Args Engine is a simple command line parsing engine for Java. The library has a single class and can be imported into any project of your choice easily.
A pure Java library for scanning RAR Archives.
An interesting behaviour in Java programming language.
Continuation of the technical article on XMPP. Discusses various programmatic techniques to control Google Talk.
This is a Windows batch script that renames just the file extensions of multiple files at once. Includes multiple options. Tested on Windows XP and Vista.
A technical research paper developed by me which helps one understand the inner workings of Google Talk and, at the same time, demonstrates the features of XMPP through simple experiments.
A simple Windows batch script based utility for recursively decompiling multiple Java ".class" files. This will be typically helpful when you want to fully decompile an entire JAR file.
A ".reg" file which can be simply run on Windows to install the "Open Command Prompt" explorer shell extension.
One of my greatest achievements, this product registers about 30 downloads per day and visits come from over 50 different countries each month.
A very trivial article I once wrote as a solution to a strange exception which used to occur in WebSphere Application Servers deployed over Windows machines.