The server hosting HelmPCB has been changed. Everything seems to be working OK, but if you do run into a problem, please either leave a comment on this post or get in touch via the contact page.
The latest version of the CMSIS Configuration Wizard v0.0.7 has been released. This version adds the ability to load files directly from the command line, thus facilitating integration with other tools. Download the latest version from the project page.
CMSIS Configuration Wizard has been updated to v0.0.4. This release fixes a bug in the selection modifiers so that they now accept both decimal and hexadecimal numbers. Also, the filters in the file dialogs have been changed to accept both C source and header files. Get the latest version from…
The first version of CMSIS Configuration Wizard has been released. CMSIS Configuration Wizard is a free and open-source software tool that allows users to easily configure ARM source files without using the Keil uVision IDE. The wizard parses the source file and generates a GUI, allowing the various parameters to be…
An update to PC-Lint Wizard has been released. v0.1.2 fixes a bug where the program would not load on Windows XP (and other NT Family OSs) as the application icon was greater than 48x48 pixels in size. Download it from the SourceForge page.
The first beta version of PC-Lint Wizard has been released. PC-Lint Wizard is a free, open-source GUI tool designed to make it easy to set up and maintain Gimpel's PC-Lint for your projects. Download it from the project page.
Added an article on playing NetHack on Windows with extra colours (like the nethack.alt.org version and the one in the Ubuntu repositories).
Update: This has now been fixed. If you've been looking through the site recently you may have noticed that the images in the articles are missing. I am aware of the problem and will be fixing it soon, so please check back later.
The site is experiencing some issues as I'm fiddling about with the html. If you experience any problems, please check back later. Update 2010/12/01: Everything is dandy now!
The site has just undergone an overhaul, using WordPress as an underlying CMS to make it easier to manage and add content. Feel free to have a look around and let me know if there are any problems.