Written in C, this is a tiny compiler for a miniscule Haskell subset (essentially, Int -> Int functions) to Dafny translator.
So many C tools (Yacc, Lex, my datadec, generic modules etc) used, only about 20% of the code is human-written.
This is a fork of the kstart provided by Russ Allbery at http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/kstart/ with minor tweaks to enable the static compilation for HTCondor using condor_compile and the static Heimdal Kerberos 5 libs.
UnID or Unified Identification is a smart way of storing and sharing just the data you need to use, through your phone, a special card or a web server. It should provide convenience and security through the use of blockchains.
In LinkedIn's Plain Old C Programming group in , John Coloccia asked about whether "namespaces" would be a good idea for C. He explained that he meant some form of modularity, and I thought I've have a play - this is the result! A module generator!