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AutoINF 0.2 Released, Merge with Libertà, and Stuff

Submitted by nm35 on May 8, 2006 - 7:24pm

As you may know, I've released AutoINF 0.2. Find out about it at the forum thread or at PortaSoft. I've also merged my projects (KeyUTIL and AutoINF, possibly Registry Rocker) with Libertà, so downloads are at now.

One serious problem I have here is that there are way too many places I have to update things:


Submitted by nm35 on May 5, 2006 - 5:21pm

Hello all...

As you've probably noticed, I haven't been posting in my blog very regularly. I've decided to make a few changes, so here they are: This blog will now be only for release/update notifications. I'm deciding on a blogging tool (probably NucleusCMS) to run on my space (; when I've set one up I'll be moving the "blog" part of things over there. (Opinions, neat links, tutorials...)

Now, for the app updates.

QuickPort Template v1.0

Submitted by Deuce on April 26, 2006 - 8:17pm

I have been looking at my USB stick lately, and noticed that Registry Rapper is running alot of the programs. So, taking a cue from nm35 and Portable Notepad2 I decided to create a template that can allow the creation of a portable program within a few minutes.

After much ado, QuickPort was born. QuickPort is an NSIS template that I used to create Portable WinHTTrack. Basically is a small launcher that use registry exports and imports for the users settings. It also has the ability to check for already installed version and ask the user which settings they want to use, the local machine settings or the their personal portable settings. It uses a custom message plugin I found on the NSIS website to create the choice popup box.

Explorer Destroyer

Submitted by justin on April 25, 2006 - 8:51pm

In this post, I will talk about a new campaign to destroy IE.

I'd like to start off by saying that I wholeheartedly agree with what these people are trying to do. IE is the bane of any internet user's existence and the malware you can get just by using it is tremendous. The premise behind the Explorer Destroyer campaign is to make money referring people to Firefox with Google Toolbar as per Google's bounty system. People can make one dollar for each they refer. Some of the plans that Explorer Destroyer has is as follows

Three settings: Gentle, Semi-serious, and Dead-serious

My First C++

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Submitted by Ryan McCue on April 21, 2006 - 8:15pm

Well, I decided to learn C++ so that I will be able to help Steve Lamerton out with Libertà. I went and bought C++ for Dummies and am making some simple stuff.
Anyway, I made a simple calculator. I believe it's portable, the size is under a megabyte and it's open source.
Get it here:
And source here:


Submitted by justin on April 16, 2006 - 9:48pm

In this post, I will discuss a new search engine called Accoona.

Accoona is the the new kid on the block in the world of search engines dominated by Google. It has a nice simple interface like the one that won the hearts of so many for Google and made Yahoo's cluttered page look bad. A wise man once said: "Fools learn from their own mistakes, the wise learn from other people's mistakes". Anyway, you can search the web, for businesses, and the news. I would like to see an image search similar to Google's, and that is one of the only things I can find lacking. One thing I won't miss when searching with Accoona is the "Sponsored Links" at the top. Bottom Line: I highly reccommend this new search engine, and if you like Google you should give it a whirl.

Portable NetHack

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Submitted by Rob Loach on April 16, 2006 - 2:43am

NetHack has always been considered the longest running open-source game around. Its rouge-like gameplay keeps players and fans coming back for more. It goes back to the classics, bringing back the classic turn-based RPG genre.

Well, ddcc requested a portable version of it, so I decided to take a look. The result is Portable NetHack. With this you can play NetHack directly from your USB drive without having to worry about leaving anything behind in the registry. All settings are saved locally so you don't have to worry about loosing any saved data.