Topic: A Python script to convert XM modules into something
A little project I just made - a small Python library to parse XM modules and extract song data from them easily. Comes with two example scripts. One of them just prints out notes, the other is a straight port of the xm2octode converter that yields identical output.
Good: once you have Python installed in your system, you can easily edit, develop, modify the conversion scripts without need of having a compiler around, using popular modern scripting language. Handy for quick prototyping. Also cross-platform.
Bad: it is (edit: was) really slow, a large Octode module takes a few seconds to convert even on a quad core i5.
Sure, that's not a game changer or anything special, but yet another way of doing things.
Note: I'm personally not a big fan of Python, but use it occasionally. So I have no idea how good Python code should look like. I did it so it just works, not pretty.