Projects / tbclock


tbclock is a small application that displays a full screen binary clock in your terminal (using curses). It is quite simple, and features modules like "guessbin" (a little game) and "chrono" (a timer with tenths of seconds).

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Recent releases

  •  28 Feb 2007 16:20

    Release Notes: Resizing is now working. You can change the display mode on the fly with the "a" key in "clock" and "chrono". Colors can be selected from the command line with the -H and -M options. Decimal help is now triggered with -e instead of -H. The new -p option allows you to display time in AM/PM style instead of 24h. A new build system is used, so gmake is not needed. Signedness in mod_clock was fixed for Linux/PPC. A display bug in small terms was fixed.

    •  07 Feb 2007 13:26

      Release Notes: Users can now display decimal help in a different form by using the "h" key in "clock" and "chrono" or with -H on the command line. You can now review your answers in guessbin by using "r" at the score table.

      •  24 Jan 2007 00:55

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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