I finally got around to uploading the actual source file here. It's analog2.c because halfway through I decided I wasn't going to be sure I could get myself hooked into the interrupt controller and rewrote it to use the newer high-resolution timer system in the kernel. The final version also has runs a clock-in pin for an Analog Devices DAC chip instead of a SIP resistor ladder or homebrew R2R network. Either of those would still work, there'd just be an extra pin getting uselessly twiddled.
Once compiled and inserted a /dev/analog0 device should appear. Writing a bytes to it will fill a buffer up to 1MB which will then be clocked out to 8 sequential pins of the GPIO at 22,050hz until the final byte is reached and held. Writing one byte (on a system with no DC offset filter) should therefore just set an analog value on the DAC, while writing multiple bytes should play 8-bit mono audio (a DC offset filter is recommended in this case).