Nov 24, 2008 Mature
Spew is a dev tool based off Iriel's DevTools and Ace2's /dump commands. It does the same basic thing (running lua code snippets and printing out the results), but in a slightly different way. Why did I create Spew? I liked DevTools, but didn't like it's output style (sorry Iriel) I liked Ace2's style, but not it's code (table recursion so deep you need a timer to ensure you don't execute too long? Gag me with spoon!) I hated how both these addons spammed up the chatframe So what does Spew...
The frame


Jul 22, 2016 Mature
You know a texture path. You want to see the texture. You're too lazy to go write a quick stub to display it, or extract the assets from the game client and get tools to view BLPs. This helps you with that. Type /texview Paste a texture path into the box that appears Press the x/y scaling buttons until you have the right proportions Scroll the mouse on the frame to zoom

Vanity Enchanter

Jun 07, 2010 Planning
Have you ever wanted to see what a particular enchant would look like on your gear, or someone else's? What the Fiery enchant would look like on a Broom? With this tool, you can create links to such items with any given enchant on them, capable of being seen properly in the dressing room and linked to others safely. It constructs item links using the documented ItemString data format and its subcomponent EnchantId. This is already possible through Wowhead and other item/spell game databases,...

World of Warcraft Textmate Bundle

Jul 10, 2010 Mature
This is not an addon. It is a Textmate bundle to add extra support for WoW. What is Textmate? Textmate is a powerful but simple editor on Macs. It can be found on What about Windows? While I've not tested the bundle under E Editor, it should be compatible from what I know. Check out for more info. Requirements You should go and grab the Lua bundle for this to work properly. It can be found at: or...


Nov 20, 2014 Release
WoWUnit is a unit testing framework for addon developers to use when creating addons. What is Unit Testing? (quoted from Wikipedia: In computer programming, unit testing is a method of testing that verifies the individual units of source code are working properly. A unit is the smallest testable part of an application. In procedural programming a unit may be an individual program, function, procedure, etc., while in object-oriented programming, the...