Cyotec

Friday, 3 March 2017

CyoEncode.NET

C# functions for Base64, Base32, Base16 (hex), and Base85/Ascii85 encoding and decoding.

A .NET conversion of the original CyoEncode library.

Find it on GitHub: https://github.com/calzakk/CyoEncode.NET


Sunday, 6 November 2016

CyoJSON

CyoJSON is a C++ header-only library for parsing JSON-formatted text. It's a stream-based parser in which user-defined callback functions are called.

From the outset the intention was an easy-to-use library, developed using modern C++ features (C++11/14). CyoJSON is known to work on Linux and Windows.

Find it on GitHub: https://github.com/calzakk/CyoJSON


Monday, 9 November 2015

CyoArguments

CyoArguments is a C++ header-only open source library for processing command-line arguments.

From the outset the intention was an easy-to-use library, developed using modern C++ features (C++11 and C++14). CyoArguments is known to work on Linux and Windows.

Find it on GitHub: https://github.com/calzakk/CyoArguments


Sunday, 8 February 2015

Stupid Creatures is out now!

A simple yet highly addictive game.

Guide your wandering creatures to the exit at the opposite corner, but avoid the hazards!

For Android phones and tablets.

Get it on Google Play

Stupid Creatures Free is out too:

Get it on Google Play


Saturday, 13 April 2013

CyoHash 2

Version 2 of CyoHash has just been released! It sports a new user interface; what do you think?

Download from SourceForge or GitHub.


Monday, 7 September 2009

CyoHash

CyoHash is a simple shell extension that is used from within Windows Explorer to calculate the MD5 hash, SHA1 hash, or CRC32 checksum of a selected file.

Installers for both 32- and 64-bit machines can be found on SourceForge or GitHub, as can the full source code. It's all been made available under a permissive BSD licence, meaning it can be freely used, distributed, and modified for any purpose, provided the copyright notices remain unmodified in the source code.


Sunday, 6 September 2009

CyoEncode

CyoEncode provides C functions for encoding binary data into a printable representation using base16 (hex), base32, or base64 character sets, plus equivalent functions for the decoding of such encoded data back into its binary form.

Full source code can be found on SourceForge or GitHub. It's been made available under a permissive BSD licence, meaning it can be freely used, distributed, and modified for any purpose, provided the copyright notices remain unmodified in the source code.