Two months back I dug up the project files of BN+ Converter Pro, a .Net application I created when I was in secondary school, and did some high level refactoring to optimize it for .Net 4.0 and version 3 of my .Net class library. This was soon after I released a similar update for BN+ Brute Force Hash Attacker, another of my old .Net apps. On top of the changes I made, and a very few new features I’ve added, the code is now publicly available under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3 or later on SourceForge. I waited with releasing this since I wanted the app to be compiled with the stable release of .Net framework, which was released a while back now.
Changes in this release
* Use of <a href="http://wiki.bn2vs.com/BN%2B_Library">BN+ Library</a> 3.0.1
* Use of native components of .Net framework 4.0
* Implemented a new update platform
* Refactored namespaces and moved around a bunch of files
* Redesigned the about interface
* Redesigned the help menu
* Moved documentation to a wiki page
* Added ROT 5, ROT 13, ROT 18 and ROT 48 codecs
* Made the source code available under the GPL on SourceForge
- Setup file (zip, windows installer, includes update platform)
- Executables tarball (latest version of the executables, straight from the SVN repo)
- SVN repostory
This is a screen shot of the previous version. This part of the interface is pretty much unchanged.
This screenshot shows the redesigned about interface.