Friday, October 20th 2000
Small Developer Utilities
Paul Nettle released two small developer utilities today:
For more developer-related material by Paul, be sure to check out his Ask Midnight column here on flipCode, as well as the publications section over on his Fluid Studios web site.
ColorBox (70k) is a simple win32 utility that lets you select colors using RGB sliders. As you alter your selection, the dialog window presents the decimal, hex, and floating point values for the color you've chosen.
SkelGen (142k) is a small win32 utility, aimed at simplifying the creation of source file skeletons for C++ classes. It reads the format from user-modifiable templates, accepts input from you (such as the class name, author name, etc), then generates a set of source/header files for you to fill in. Be sure to read the readme.txt file included with this one, because there's quite a bit you can do with it.