Welcome to The Scrapyard, the place where my old shitty projects are left to die. Take a look around, they aren't all that shitty.
Infernal Interpreter is an emulator and visualizer of a subset of the AMD x86-64 ABI, using the GAS syntax. You give it a bunch of symbolic machine code, after which it produces a visualization of the running code, either to the terminal, or as a LaTeX file with Tikz.
It's old, written in Python 2, and for an incredibly specific purpose, but I enjoy going back and looking at the output.
Suggest-require is a tiny Lua library, for discovering importable modules for Lua's
require function. The intended purpose is as a part of an auto-complete system for Lua written in Lua. The script can, when run as a standalone program, list all of the available modules in the current environment.
The library has been tested with LuaJIT and Lua 5.1 under Linux. Compatibility with Windows, MacOS and other Lua versions is possible, but not assured.
If you think some of this crap is awesome, but can't get it to work, please feel free to contact me.