Hi, my name is Dennis Bareis. This web site supplies a lot of free software that I have written for a number of operating systems. The software is currently mainly Windows 95/98/ME/NT/W2K/XP, OS/2 but there is also some DOS and Unix software.
Microsoft have awarded me an MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for my work and help to others in the Windows Installer area. My MAKEMSI tool allows you to quickly, automatically and reliably create or modify MSI, merge module or ICE validation suites etc. My MSIDIFF tool allows you to compare or decompile MSIs or other Windows Installer databases. My blog won't have much Windows Installer information as this generally goes straight into my manual, which includes a generic section on Windows Installer basics.
The PPWIZARD download page has many add-ons including the very popular "JUNGLE" which is used to automatically create DHTML games (toddler keybanger) from images and sounds (contains the "game engine" as well as a game).
The JEDIT download page has macros which I am developing to make the editor better to use. I have only started on this but there are still some good downloads available.
I also use this site to improve my web skills and as a test bed for my free PPWIZARD (html preprocessor) which is used to build this site. Basically good looks (for my site!) are not high on my list of priorities, however I don't think I've done too badly!
I have an Pentium 4 based computer running Windows XP PRO. Expect to see more free Windows code on these pages in future. My range of windows links (over 200) is already quite large. A lot of these links are to free or unique software.
While I will be writing some (maybe a lot) of Windows specific code, I intend to write as much platform independent code as possible and OS/2 will continue to be supported for those programs (for example PPWIZARD and CHECKURL). In future updates to my pages I intend to release source code to any OS/2 specific utilities I have written.
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downloading or using any software or information from these pages.
Friday July 11 2014 at 7:16pm