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December 21st, 2006
December 21st, 2006
December 21st, 2006
December 21st, 2006
December 21st, 2006

[User Picture]09:16 am - Well... I can't reach my own web server.
So I decided to take the plunge into GooglePages, now that I'm done treble-verifying, proof-reading, and testing the code I've been working on for a week or so.

Easy2Port Code Repository, v0.1

The arithmetic/range coding code ends up being under 20k total, in four distinct modules and a ported example compressor/decompressor included. None of the modules (one .c and one .h file each) know anything about the internal workings of each other, and are fully 'black boxed' though the statistical heap module does have a calling convention specifically for range coding. Everything passed the strictest syntax and other forms of automated checking I could put them through, and I believe all the code is simplified enough it should be easy to port to other languages.

Thoughts? Suggestions?

Edit: Now that I'm awake, working with the GooglePages editor a bit more. My server's up, but I'm actually starting to like GP's interface a lot. It's certainly convenient. =o.O=0 commentsLeave a comment
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