Bas de Bakker's homepage

This homepage contains a few things I made that others have found useful and/or interesting.

Free software

bmaze creates PostScript mazes with bridges. It should run on almost anything that has a C compiler.

A better 3D PostScript maze program I made won an award in the 1998 International Obfuscated C Code Contest. You can find it as "bas1" in the list of winning entries.

ule is a Universal Line Editor. It uses the GNU readline library to add line editing and history capabilites to programs that do not have them. It runs on several Unix variants.

bprof is a profiler per source line. It shows you how much time your program spends in each line of your source code. It has been tested on Linux and Solaris, but may run (perhaps with some hacking) on other Unix variants, too.

Sinclair ZX Spectrum

Long ago, I used to have a ZX Spectrum. My favourite games that ran on it were Lords of Midnight and Doomdark's Revenge. I made a commented disassembly of Doomdark's Revenge.