I’ve put up a personal Subversion repository on my web site. If you choose to browse it, beware: it’s an archive of much of what I’ve created over the last five years that wasn’t worth creating a project on, say, freedesktop.org for. I’m proud of some of it, like this essay or this bit of x86 assembly that memoizes on the stack with constant-time access. But then there was the term I decided to learn about the Java Native Interface, GNU readline, and the autotools, all at once; or the occasion when I was tired of writing tons of repetitive C++ by hand so I generated it with M4 instead. I disclaim all responsibility for headaches suffered from casually browsing this tree.