Binmay is a command line binary search and replace program. It allows one to specify a binary string (in hex) to search for and, optionally, a binary string to replace it with. One can mask both search and replace strings as one can mask an IP. It is handy for changing broken user SID/RIDs in ntuser.dat files after you move a profile from somewhere to somewhere else.
Pstdelta can be used to store the differences between an old and new version of an Outlook .pst file. It can then generate the new file using just the old file and the output generated by pstdelta. It was created in order to vastly reduce the size of differential backups of .pst files.
Order by popularity, gone. Order by vitality, gone. Useful information on the project pages beyond the initial description, gone. User comments, gone.
Individual search results take up a massive amount of vertical space and contain less information than before. Everything is dog-slow compared to 2.0.
Freshmeat has served me very well since the late '90s. Now it is dead. RIP, old friend.
Re: Ugh. Language Chauvinism
> Why is it that Java programmers (unlike
> seemingly any other language
> programmers) want everything to be
> written in Java??
"When your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail."
s/hammer/festering whale carcass/
s/nail/magical tar pit of happiness/
Don't mind me. I'm a bitter, bitter man.