In this video, I create a new GUI application from scratch, create a resource
file and add an image to it, and then display that image in a window.
I also cover using THINK C's debugger to inspect a struct.
Then, my Mac dies.
I've been writing an IMAP client for and on my
over the past many weeks.
Taking inspiration from
excellent YouTube videos documenting his development of the Serenity operating
system, I thought I'd start screencasting some of my work.
This video is the first of hopefully many and presents a quick introduction to
System 6, HFS resource forks, THINK C 5.0, and a look at some of the progress
of my IMAP client so far.
Now that my Mac 512Ke is able to use
for native TCP/IP, I wanted an easy way to do PPP between it and an OpenBSD
server on my network.
I initially did this with a physical serial cable, but was later able to do it
over TCP so I could retain the use of my
Back in 2015, I
created a BBS
that worked in a web browser via WebSockets.
After getting an old Mac earlier this year, I wanted a way to access the BBS from
the Mac as natively as I could.
Adding telnet and SSH frontends to the BBS was not too difficult, but being able
to login from my Mac took a bit of work.