Today I uploaded the first official of ScreenWriter. It’s a little freeware software for the writing of screenplays for TV and cinema. It follows the standard american indentation rules and provides autocompletion for characters, places and day times. You can also export your scripts in various file formats.
I know this has nothing to do with the stuff NTCore usually is about, but it made no sense keeping the software on the computer just for myself. I wrote this software in July and just yesterday I decided to add the missing things for a first official release. I wrote it because I needed it. In fact, I didn’t feel comfortable with most commercial products, which also cost a lot of money for being most of the times programs written for windows 95. So, maybe if you are a writer yourself or know anyone who is, you could give this software a try.
Don’t worry, more NTCore’s usual stuff will be uploaded soon
In the last release of the Explorer Suite I removed the setup. This is just temporary, I have to build some new setup projects and test them throughout, because the old ones always had some problems with every new release. I hope I can add the new installers before the second version of the Explorer Suite, which seems still a long way to go. In fact, at the moment I don’t have the time to work on the Task Explorer and for the CFF Explorer VI I’ve planned a MSIL disassembler, which would be easier if I hadn’t in mind some facilities compared to ildasm.
The NTCore blog is up. Here members of NTCore can post technical material and news. The forum has been discarded because it was too hard to mantain and it wasn’t the best way to post technical information.
Yesterday, two articles by Ashkbiz Danehkar about the virtualization process have been released. Also, I updated my article about the .NET file format, with a new paragraph which explains how signatures are stored in the #Blob stream.