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Nak is a video game compiler, based on lua. With his dll system, you can made your own functions for nak. For now, only 2d system will be added.
NetClipse is an Eclipse plugin for NetBeans. Eclipse runs embedded within the NetBeans platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/beanclipse
A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.
QDisassembler Interactive Disassembler
QUASI is stand-alone AVR RISC processor simulator with debugging features, EDA-like GUI and plugin interface.
RevLab is a reverse engineering environment to viewing, disassembly and debugging software and embedded firmware.
A recreation of Microsoft's Visual Basic that runs and compiles for/in Linux. We've decided that VB4Linux will be programmed in C. We will probably be beginning sometime within the next week or so... Still looking for developers! Thx!
The Audible Debugger
A small kernel module program to analysis process's running status
Description : A Plugin useful in security based xml mark up to provide support in MVC/BPM/MDA based Java/J2EE Applications.
zdb is an effort to create a source level debugger for Inform, the modern programming language of the Z-machine. The Z-machine is the virtual machine created by Infocom for distributing text adventures.