You have arrived to a website dedicated to Revenger inc.
This page contains information about our software and some
links to where it can be downloaded. Information about our
software is found under "Projects" on the left. Source code
and binary distributions are available under "Download".
2004 Feb 23
Thanks to Daniel Roop at Moncton Computer Service, this website has now moved to a new address. This should hopefully be a more reliable source of downloading our software. Please don't bother Daniel with any questions about Revenger inc. Send them to us instead.
2004 Feb 12
Non-sense update to keep GeoCities.com from removing all files. In case someone has a few kB's of webspace to host these files, feel free to send us an e-mail.
2003 Jul 11
Revenger inc. suspends all operations.
As those who has followed the development of Revenger inc.'s
software has noticed, the pace has never been very high. The
development cycle has usually been one or two upgrades every year
and after each upgrade, we released one or two bug-fixes. However,
recently there has been no development at all, and all projects
has been standing still.
The reasons for this are simple enough, and boils down to time and
complexity. Revenger inc. has always been a spare time occupation,
we have never been paid for the work, it has never had a budget and
the reason to do it has been for fun, rather than for profit. At the
same time the size and complexity of the projects has increased and
requires a lot more work today than four years ago.
Well, shortage of time and energy is something we have plenty of these
Since there has been no work put into the projects for a long time, and
this doesn't seem likely to change, we conclude that the rational thing to
do is to simply step away from it. There is no point in telling people who
keep asking when the new release will be out, that it might come next month,
next year and so on, since the most likely answer is that it will not be out
at all. So now we can simply say: it will not be out at all.
It seems that people has liked what we have done, and it has been nice to
get feedback, with suggestions on improvements and fixes. It has also been
nice to be able to share some of the source code with folks, who has wanted
to make something similar. Thus, it would feel sad to hold out on the
possibility to improve the programs further.
We have therefore decided to release all source code for all our project
under an open source-licence. We have chosen the MIT-licence, which we
believe will put the code to the best use. This means that anyone can get
a copy of the source code, and make changes or improvements to it, and use
it in their own programs, provided Revenger inc. gets credit. We hope that
releasing the source code like this will at least to some extent make the
projects live on.
We would of course be happy to see someone pick up the work after us, and
should someone care to start a Sourceforge-project based on our code, or in
any other way try to make the programs develop further, we would be happy to
lend a helping hand, should it be neccessary.
As stated above, Revenger inc. has been a project for fun, and fun it has
been. Thanks to everyone who has tried out our software and helped us have
2003 Jan 20
Snow.exe 0.0.0.2 is released. This version works on Windows XP.
2002 Dec 13
Snow.exe 0.0.0.1 is released! Find all the winter you need on
the download page. :)
2002 Jul 25
MinMaxExtender 188.8.131.52 is released. It contains a bunch of
fixes and some new functionality. It also supports using
other languages than english. You can find it on the
2002 Jun 23
Changed the license for snow.exe and TranspIcon.exe. We are
now using the MIT-license for our open source-projects. Also
updated some documentation in snow.exe and Transpicon.exe.
2002 Jun 07
MinMaxExtender is released as a beta called 184.108.40.206b-2. Check it out
on the projects page. You can help...
2002 May 03
MinMaxExtender 220.127.116.11b is the new beta release of MMExt. Get it from
the project page.
2002 Mar 02
Since it has been a long while since something last happened
here, our conscience forces us to, in an act of slight
panic, figure something out to say here.
For starters, if you speak spanish you can now get CMExt
and MMExt in spanish, thanks to Cbf who has translated
the programs and documentation. You can find
the programs at
Second, to give the illusion of something having been done
the last couple of months, we release a small, trivial and
not very useful program called TranspIcon. It just makes the
desktop more transparent than usual. It can be found on the
TranspIcon and snow.exe are now released with a BSD-ish sort
of license. That means that you can get the source for the
programs and make modifications of them, with practically no
strings attached. It's free and it up for grabs. We're
looking in to releasing coming versions of MMExt and CMExt
under the same license.
As for MMExt and CMExt, progress is steady and secure. Or in
other words, very slow. But it should get better before
2001 Dec 11
Snow.exe is born and brought to the world. Check the
projects-page to find out about Snow.exe, or go to the
download-page to let the winter invade your computer.
2001 Nov 21
MinMaxExtender version 18.104.22.168 sees the light of day in a
non-beta release. Find it on the download-page.
2001 Nov 04
New beta of MinMaxExtender. See projectspage for details.
2001 Oct 19
New release of CMenuExtender with a minor fix.
2001 Oct 05
Opps, the Newsletter-page had wrong mail-addresses. Now it's
2001 Oct 03
After having spent far to much time messing about with the
css-file and struggeling with GIMP, Revenger inc. online
gets a new look. It's not revolutionary and it won't win any
prices, but it's the contents that counts. And we do have a
logo now. It's a tree.
We also have a newsletter hosted by groups.yahoo.com, so if
you want to know about our new releases check out the
section on the left. An user suggested that we should have
it several months ago, but we didn't get around to putting
it up on the pages.
This version of Revenger inc. online is also written in
Emacs and has been checked out in Netscape on X11. It looked
horrible, so we checked it out in Windows instead, which was
a little better. But we're not web-designers so don't look
to close. :)
2001 Sep 14
New beta of MinMaxExtender. Download from the project-page.
2001 Sep 07
Recieved an e-mail from Geocities saying that this page will
be shut down periodically, since we have to much
traffic. What are poor freeware-developers without a budget
to do? Anyone with a few KBs of webspace to spare for a
mirrorsite? And yes, we know we could buy some space really
cheap somewhere, but really cheap is not free, and we make
freeware, not really-cheap-ware. :)
Of course, we should have set up mirrors long ago, that's why
we have the disclaimer at the bottom of the pages, but we
just didn't get around to it. Anyway, with any luck, it isn't
too serious. If it is too serious, we might get sued, end up in
prison and have to code for peanuts. ;)
2001 Aug 31
Version 22.214.171.124 of CMenuExtender is released. It includes a
bugfix for [movefolder] and [copyfolder].
2001 Jun 28
Version 126.96.36.199 of CMenuExtender is released and can be found
on the downloadpage.
2001 May 25
The new version of CMenuExtender is made available for beta-testing.
2001 Jan 30
New releases of CMenuExtender and MinMaxExtender. For more
information check out the projectspage. The new files can be
found on the downloadpage.
2001 Jan 29
Someone at Revenger inc. learns some HTML and Revenger
inc. online is born and brought to the world.
These pages are written with GNU Emacs and has been checked out
with Mozilla on a X11-server. It looks decent enough, but
IE-users might see things different. The page uses CSS and
probably complies to some standard of HTML...