bin2h “won” Google

Posted on 19 February 2012

If you search Google for “bin2h” or “bin2h bsd”, or probably other similar terms, then the code I published on Google code for a bin2h program (see earlier post) comes up as the first result. This is the first (and probably last) time I’ve ever “won” Google! :O

Unfortunately, my current employers take a dim view on me moonlighting with open source projects so I can’t update it at all (In fairness, all my employers ever have taken a similar dim view). For the record: I happen to know it ports quite easily to Mac, and from there would presumably go on to *nix environments quite quickly. If I do find myself in a position where I can post an update enabling Mac & *nix, then I will.

I’m reliably informed that most linux distros already include a script that does exactly the same job under the name of bin2c.

Also, I’m retrospectively adding “win Google” to my bucket list. That is all.

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