Mecrisp - A native code Forth implementation for MSP430 microcontrollers
JWasm is a Masm-compatible assembler. It supports 16-, 32- and 64-bit code, instructions up to AVX and various output formats. It's written in C.
The NASMX Project is a collection of macros, includes and examples, which are meant to help NASM programmers develop 32-bit and 64-bit BSD, Linux, Windows, and XBOX software in a fraction of the time it normally takes.
C compiler and dev kit for the z80 with assembly language libraries.
Z88DK is a complete Z80 / Z180 development kit that includes C compiler, assembler, linker, a tool for generating executables in a number of formats, and miscellaneous other tools. Over 50 machines are directly supported out of the box including standalone Z80 and Z180 embedded systems. Z88DK's extensive assembly language libraries give it significant performance advantages over other Z80 C Compilers. Building software for standalone or generic Z80 systems: https://www.z88dk.org/wiki/doku.php?id=libnew:target_embedded Visit us at github for the current version with bugfixes and new features: https://github.com/z88dk/z88dk
This is a port of the ebe programming environment to QT.
The ebe programming environment is a nice IDE designed for developing Assembly programs. It also handles C and C++ programs as well since there was not much extra effort. It used to support Fortran and this could return if people want Fortran. This project is an effort to recode ebe using C++ and QT. Originally ebe was coded using Python, Tkinter and Pmw, which worked out pretty well. The QT environment offers substantially better GUI controls. The most obvious difference is that Python ebe has a lot of separate windows, while the QT ebe will use 1 main window and a collection of dockable subwindows. This will make it easier to use.
Assembles M6800 and 6801 assembly language source code. (With Forth,)
A simple absolute mode assembler for 6800/6801. Handles the complete published set of opcodes/mnemonics. Mostly source-language compatible with the common assemblers in use circa 1985, but no macros. Now uses standard LDAA syntax by default. Produces basic S1/S9 object files and assembly listings. (This is for the 8-bit 6800, not the 16/32 bit 68000/coldfire processors.)
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.
IDE with debugger integrated for develop with z390 emulator. English and Spanish Interface is released. * Added an automatic z390 portable mainframe validator to be configuration easily
Win32 and Win64 include files for Masm and JWasm
Intel assembler syntax for gcc
GCC plugin for limited Intel assembler syntax, gcc >= 4.5 Please bugs to https://sourceforge.net/projects/gcc-iasm/forums/forum/2076445
M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler
The M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler is a command-line tool that lets you enter known starting vectors for a given code image for the 6811 micro. It will disassemble the code and follow through branches to assist in the separation of code and data. Its companion Fuzzy Function Analyzer uses DNA Sequence Alignment Algorithms to locate similar code in multiple binaries, facilitating reverse-engineering. Originally written to analyze code from GM automotive engine controllers, but is useful anywhere a 6811 micro is being used. Version 1.0 was written in Borland Pascal in April 1996, and updated to v1.2 in June 1999. It was later rewritten to C++ in July 1999 through Jan 2000. While it's been freely available since its creation, it's being released here as an open-source project so the world can better use it as it sees fit. Version 2.0 is completely reworked in 2014 to compile and run with GCC and STL to make it fully portable and accessible to all computer platforms.
Simple ide and assembler for z80 possessor.
PeiAsm Multi-Processor Assembler/Emulator for x86 Windows. -Coded by M. Keaton (The Polyester Method)
1664 macro assembler, simulator, console debugger, interpreter (host system calls.)
Retro-style computer based on electromechanical relays.
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.
Object 3D viewer x64
Object 3D viewer write in nasm with AVX support (intel CPU) for Windows x64. (Full description are in project readme.txt)
Operating Sytem x64
Operating System x64 write in nasm for intel CPU. (+ HackOS in graphic mode) (Full description are in two projects (readme.txt))
Tools for translating machine code to one or more intermediate forms suitable for analysis. Suitable for reverse engineering, testing, or translation to different machine architectures.
Object Oriented Progamming for Assembly Language - Javalin enables the assembly language programmer to define and create portable object packages using the Javalin object oriented programming model.
Jennylab is a open project learning, examples and security material.
Toolchain machinery for compilers, code generators, assemblers, linkers, and emulators.
PDT. TI-68k tools. Project created mainly to have a backup.