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Diagnose is a portable vector editor designed for drawing various types of diagrams. It allows to include snippets of the LaTeX code into the diagram.




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Hollyking - Source code and projects written by Brendan "HollyKing" Leber.

IntroductionThis repository contains source code and projects that I have written. Enjoy! ProjectsThe projects that are available so far are: CSharpToys - Small graphic toys written in C# KioskCrash - A project used in a series of articles on diagnosing kiosk application crashes. Posted at Leber Hall.