Saturday, June 29, 2013

New Release: 29 June, 2013 TWars

TWARS is released

TWars is game made by me in about 2/3 days. It was made to celebrate my studying in C++. It's open source, so you can freely use it. It's version 1.0.
You can download the application it from here: Download link
You can download the source code it from here: Download link

Thanks for reading. Sorry for being too brief...

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

New Release: Lemperyum ITC v1.3

Lemperyum ITC V1.3 is released!!

I'm totally happy to present here the latest version of Lemperyum ITC (Image to Characters). In this updated version you can choose to create an array from an image with 0,1,2 or 3 or 0->9.

You can download it from Zippyshare here.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

New Application 25 / 6 / 2013

So I recently started studying C++ and C. Not to replace my beloved C#, but to acquire more programming knowledge. I stopped from writing C# for something like a week. I honestly missed it ! :( So yesterday I decided to go write some C# :). I was creating Console Applications in C++. In C, I was honestly developing for Nintendo Gameboy. But that's another story. In C++, to create graphics, I used text with colors. Using some simple techniques I could transform a 5 into a block with color in console, but to make pictures I needed to write. Something like 0's and 1's and 2's to then blend it with different colors. I used a simple thing that is sometimes a big pain in the ass. I'm talking about arrays. So I decided to make a software that could transform an image into text. I searched it, and I started playing with System.Drawing.Imaging. I successfully made an app to do what I wanted.

Lemperyum Image to Characters Version 1.0 is released!!

Yes, now I can easily create Image arrays. Then I discovered that C++, or at least Visual C++ 2010 Express, didn't really support Extended ASCII, And I was using one of those 255 not 1xx. So then I though in making options.

Lemperyum Image to Characters Version 1.1 is released!!

Now the user can select between ASCII Graphics, ASCII Graphics with Transparency , numbers 0 to 3 and numbers 0 to 9. Nice. Then I started using it. But I realized that I couldn't just write just "0123456789" in arrays. I had to write "0, 1, 2, 3,...". Damn.

Lemperyum Image to Characters Version 1.2 is released!!

Now I could write an array automatically. It was fast to update it :). Now I can just copy and paste! :D

Now it can do stuff like this

Oh, By the way, in case you want to download it, click in one of these links: Lemperyum ITC v1.0 Lemperyum ITC v1.1 Lemperyum ITC v1.2

Don't forget to look in Lemperyum's Blog. :)

Monday, June 17, 2013

Hello World

Hello World. So, for now on, this is going to be my personal blog. Don't expect me to say every mile I walk per week (I don't walk a lot) or something like that. I'm going to post intersting and very detailed stuff here (Not.. that.. detailed!!). Hope you'll like it. Turns out blogger isn't like Twitter, you can write more.

In short, I'll post here about my work and personal stuff. :)