Hi everyone,

In a summer holiday sometimes you have time to do some "serious" programming..

This time it is a sort of a Task Manager, which also watches file system changes and it will probably spawn some libraries which will be published here too.

Do note that this is still a work in progress.

I'll be back tongue-out


Even though you have a high-end desktop PC and numerous software installations to help sometimes you just need pen and paper to visualize some "complex?" stuff.

This paper was used when I was developing the first version of SunMoonCalendar. The paper seems to be covered with cat hair (four cats) smile, coffee cup markings and a few cat paw markings with dirt as they do like to go outside from a window to a cat pen to hang around.


One of four cat's


By the way I'm called "Señorita" tongue-out


I recently found a bug in my software because it was using a custom date time format string DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.fff"), which should lead to a date time string like this "2016-01-16 09:47:00.045".

The time separator ":" however is not absolute, it can output a character such as ".". So learning from the mistake the previous piece of code is now DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH':'mm':'ss.fff"). This makes the time separator absolute.

It seem's my no thanks to -list is now empty as the release of IZArc v.4.2 malware/adware has been removed from the software (I scanned and checked).

Must find new enemies innocent