STL Viewer

STL-Viewer STL Files: STL (an abbreviation of “stereolithography”) is a file format native to the stereolithography CAD software. Nowadays STL files are widley used within 3D-Printing technology. Please note: This project is currently flagged as experimental. The viewer is implemented as a web-application which emulates a local web-server. Continue reading...

STL files: Convert from ascii to binary

Convert STL files from ascii to binary STL (an abbreviation of “stereolithography”) is a file format native to the stereolithography CAD software. For a full description of the specification refer to the following links: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/STL-Schnittstelle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STL_(file_format) Purpose: Since the introduction of the 3D-Printing technology, the stereolithy (STL) file format has become very popular. Continue reading...

HelpViewer based on Tkhtml 3.0

HelpViewer Application The HelpViewer is a standalone application to display html files which might be organized in a directory structure. The program is written in tcl/tk and is based on the Tkhtml 3.0 library. When starting the application, a dialog pops up, where you can drag&drop your prefered directory using the file explorer: Continue reading...

Markdown2Go

Markdown2Go Markdown: Markdown is a text-to-HTML conversion tool for web writers and to create various html documentation in an easy way. Follow this link to find outmore about the Markdown Syntax … What is Markdown2Go ? Let’s you instantly convert ‘markdown’ text files to html. Continue reading...

QLOCKTWO

QLOCKTWO Description: Just for fun. When I was walking around for sightseeing, I discovered such a clock in the presentation area of a shop. I thought, this could be a nice fun program to get implemented with tcl/tk. After a quick search, I discovered that someone else already had the same idea. Continue reading...

DirDiff

DirDiff -- Purpose: A directory comparison utility. DirDiff is a graphical tool to display the differences between files in directories. Given two or more directory trees (the program can handle up to 5 individual directories at the same time), dirdiff will display the differences between them in various colors. Continue reading...