Michel Max MMSpread is an API XLSX files without the MS Excel ins...
The Michel Max - MMSpread is an API to generate XLSX Spreadsheets without having the Microsoft Excel installed in the Machine. It allows you to Load XLSX files and edit them, or even create them from nothing, without having annoying alerts when it is open. It supports the following Microsoft Excel items: - All styles (font, border, background, etc). - Validation: List ONLY, and it has to be sequential. - Conditional Formula Formatting. - Comments. - Number Format. Extra Functionalities: - Fill from SQL Data Reader. - Fill from Data Set. - Fill from Data Table. - Sort Spreadsheets by Name. - Save to File. - Save to Byte Array. - Sate to Base64String. - Save to HTML Link - Configurable Temporary Working Path (used in the process of Loading a XLSX File or Creating (Saving) an XLSX File. Note: Example codes available.
MinGW GCC cross development environment for Power PC.
This is a Windows command line based cross development environment for Power PC built from the latest stable release of GCC (currently 5.2.0) and includes global loop optimization support. Also included are Gnu make and gdb along with the necessary MinGW dlls to make it all work. Unzip the archive to the location of your choice, include the top level "bin" directory in your path and start developing.
SIMD macro assembler unified for ARM, MIPS, PPC and x86
UniSIMD assembler is a high-level C/C++ macro assembler framework unified across ARM, MIPS, Power and x86 architectures. It establishes a subset of both BASE and SIMD instruction sets with clearly defined common API, so that application logic can be written and maintained in one place without code replication. The assembler itself isn't a separate tool, but rather a collection of C/C++ header files, which applications need to include directly in order to use. At present, Intel SSE/SSE2/SSE4 and AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 (32/64-bit x86 ISAs), ARMv7 NEON/NEONv2, ARMv8 AArch32/AArch64 NEON (32/64-bit ARM ISAs), MIPS 32/64-bit r5/r6 MSA and Power 32/64-bit VMX/VSX (little/big-endian ISAs) are mostly implemented, although scalar improvements, horizontal reductions, wider SIMD vectors with zeroing/merging predicates in 3/4-operand instructions, are planned as extensions to current 2/3-operand SPMD-driven vertical SIMD ISA. See README file.
Simple ide and assembler for z80 possessor.
Disassembler and assembler for Windows Mobile with ARM processor. Compiled with Pelles C on Windows XP.
C compiler for Parallax Propeller MPU
PropC2Asm is a command line C compiler that outputs Parallax Propeller assembly code. The source language is based on C. Rather than trying to be C compliant; my priority was to allow efficient access to all the unique features of the Propeller. Windows .NET 4.0
PeiAsm Multi-Processor Assembler/Emulator for x86 Windows. -Coded by M. Keaton (The Polyester Method)
Win32 and Win64 include files for Masm and JWasm
Programming language designed to simplify the development of small and large-scale networked applications. PROSE includes an execution engine and language that compiles into platform-independent bytecode. Bytecode can also be assembled directly.
A managed .NET assembly repacking tool
This program uses the MSIL Disassembler and the MSIL Assembler tools to repack any .NET executable. It's being written in Visual Basic .NET 2010.
The Basic Computer Assembler
BASM is a user friendly and easy to use assembler for The Basic Computer, capable of creating the object, list and hex file and giving detailed error reports. It's more of academic use for students who wish to understand how does The Basic Computer actually work. Alongside this assembler, soon a simulator will also be available at BASM's SourceForge page.
An assembler and disassembler for the JVM (Java Virtual Machine)
Lilac is a tool suite, which contains an assembler and a disassembler for the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) bytecode. The assembler takes textual representations of Java classes, written in an assembler-like syntax, and converts them to binary Java class files, which can be loaded into JVM. The disassembler takes binary Java class files and creates out of them assembler files suitable for the assembler. In general (except for some very rare cases) Lilac tools allow a perfect round-trip, that is, if you disassemble a class file and then assemble it again, without making any changes, you'll get the original file.
Assembler, Disassembler, Processor Emulator
Machine Instructions Engine is the engine that can disassemble instruction, disassemble its length, assemble instructions and emulate device(processor). The engine will support Intel and AMD instructions. For now length disassembling and Intel instructions only are supported. This project is intended to be as separate library. Also you can use sources to use this engine in your projects directly. This is my first public project so if you send me advices about how to improve this project, notice about bugs, or ask for additional info i'll appreciate it. Current version is 0.3.99.0
miniasm is a short bytecode based assebler, interpreter and compiler
Cross compiling environment to DJGPP v1
Win32 hosted tools to cross compile to DJGPP v1 (go32) for MS-DOS. Now includes GCC 1.27 aka the first version available to support the i386 processor.
An open Source assembler project written in C++ [Borland 8 compatible]. It's a study project and therefore, a fun one where we try to implement Intel’s x86 specifications into something useful for the everyday programmer.
1664 macro assembler, simulator, console debugger, interpreter (host system calls.)
Retro-style computer based on electromechanical relays.
The C64 very v... Assembler. You are wrong here. Move to http://sourceforge.net/projects/acme-crossass/ plz
ALIA4J introduces a meta-model of advanced dispatching as a rich intermediate representation and a framework for execution environments deriving an execution model of the program’s dispatching from our meta-model.
AutoUpgrader for WPF Application
The purpose of this project is to develop the binutils for CLI needed by the project GCC4CLI.
A low-power ISA design and simulator for a 2010 IEEE competition
This is a student project designed to compete in the 2010 IEEE Computer Society Student Competition: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/competition/2010competition The Code Red architecture is designed for extremely lower power environments, like distributed sensor networks. Included is a design of that architecture, a Java-based simulator, an implementation (without vector instructions) designed as a Logisim circuit (http://ozark.hendrix.edu/~burch/logisim/), and more. The name "Code Red" comes from our team name, the Red Team. Since the competition dictated a small team size, our professor split the class and gave each group a color. We liked the name "Code Red" and chose it to represent our team and school's color (UMass' official color is Maroon.) Only later did we realize that "Code Red" was the name of an unrelated computer worm from 2001.
The aim of this project is to create a fully functional C compiler that translate into bytecode.