Well, it looks like I’ve finally completed an app for public release, haven’t done that in a while (not since msnfixxxer). I went all out for this one, though. I could have just made a simple 50KB app that had a cheesy GUI and no user options, but I didn’t, I made a highly functional app (with 4 ways to convert: command-line, shortcut keys, popup menu, and the standard buttons) and tons of user-definable options.
“But what does it do?”, you ask. Well, sig2html takes the signature calculation output from the popular sig2dat app and converts it to HTML in a tabled form, with as many customizations as the user desires. You can preview the HTML output in your default browser, copy it to the clipboard, or save it to a file. Then, all the user has to do is upload their page as to show what files they have (good for music) and give an easy way to add these files to a visitor’s downloads.
Here’s an example of what sig2html can do: http://www.s–l.com/snake/south-park_dl.html
You can download sig2html here. It contains adequate help to get you started.