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July 28, 2007 .net, geek , ,

Lfs State Inspector

I’ve been spending a lot of time, just firing up LFS, hopping through screens and catching the state events. But there’s a lot of state and no good way to see what’s changed (most is obvious, but some of it isn’t). So i threw together a quick state inspector app that just reports the current state and uses color highlights what values have changed. In addition, the shade of the color indicates how many state changes ago it happens, as there are certain actions that cause multiple state change events to be sent and then it’s easy to miss a change.

I figure, it’s also a nice simple example of LFSLib.NET, so i’m releasing it both as binary and source for people to play with.

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