Bosse TrueType font
BOSSE.ZIP (3 kB) A TrueType symbol font for chemistry and mechanics. Includes characters for electron transitions (whatever it's called) and some to use with mechanical formulae.
Not much (the "example" is actually all the characters), but for anyone who's tried making good looking and flexible electron transitions in Word, it's like sent from God. You may modify it as you wish, as long as you send the modified version to me. The quality is low, I made it in CorelDRAW, but it works. I'll update it when I need more special characters. The current version was made May 12th 1996.Perl stuff
Some small and probably not very efficient Perl scripts that I've found useful.
DCLASSES.ZIP (28 kB) My current C++ project at school. It's a class library to simplify creation of documents in source code and multiple formats, without knowing anything about the different formats. Supports text, HTML and RTF.
The key here is object-orientation and polymorphism. The base class, TDocument, does not contain any functionality, everything that's format specific is handled by the descendend classes. With the same source code you can therefore create all supported document types by declaring at pointer to a TDocument object and then at runtime select which object really should be created. I've done this in Pascal too, but this is much more useable and extendable. It compiles under Borland C++ 4.0 and later (and with some minor modification under most compilers.