KIDC Software and Downloads Library
In view of the fact that our library is constantly growing,
we've decided to divide it into several pages in order to speed
up loading time and to better categorize the contents.
The majority of our system-related software is linked to outside
sources. Although we do our best to make sure these links stay
up-to-date, the internet is a changeable medium and links do
break occasionally as outside sites change - unfortunately this
is out of our hands. Please note that some packages are shareware
and if you decide to keep such programs, you are expected to
pay the author the shareware fee (usually listed in the "Read
Various Klingon-related images, suitable for use on your computer's
desktop or as wallpaper. Three most popular screen resolution
sizes are available for each.
All Klingons who develop code for the glory of the empire
follow this "Code of Honour" for software warriors.
A popular humourous piece that has made the rounds on the
internet, but just in case you haven't seen it yet, here it is...
- A Klingon Programmer's Language
A speculative glance at what a programming language on a Klingon
computer system would look like. The language itself is named
var'aq, which happens to be meaningless in standard Klingon
but sounds like it might be named after some famous Klingon computer
scientist or mathematician. It's really something of a Klingon
Basic, a simple, loosely-typed programming language designed
mostly just to be used for programming things like command displays
and high-level control systems. In its eventual final incarnation,
we're looking at concurrency, advanced mathematics, and even
native support for distributed programs (try finding that
in the C++ standard library).