Rapid applications development tool and libraries for FPC
The Lazarus IDE is a stable and feature rich visual programming environment for the FreePascal Compiler. It supports the creation of self-standing graphical and console applications and runs on Linux, FreeBSD, MacOSX and Windows.
C++ exception (and generic) stack trace library (now libinstrument)
Project is migrating to libinstrument (https://sourceforge.net/projects/libinstrument/) Libcsdbg is a C++ exception stack tracer, offers the tools to create and process exception traces, the path an exception has propagated up the call stack, unwinding it, up to the point where it was handled. The traces are detailed with demangled function signatures and addr2line info (source file and line of each function call). Libcsdbg will perform flawlessly with multi-threaded programs, with dynamically linked shared objects (DSO) and with any statically linked library. Libcsdbg helps the developer/tester also create stack traces of any thread, at any point during, as a snapshot of the runtime call graph. This is very useful in cases of fatal errors, reception of terminating signals or process abortion/termination (such as segmentation faults)
A PhoneGap alternative for Desktop applications.
HTML/CSS/JS and Markdown Playground For Web Designers and Developers
Asphyre is a cross-platform framework for Delphi and FreePascal.
Asphyre, also known as Platform eXtended Library, is a cross-platform framework for developing video games and scientific applications in Delphi, and FreePascal/Lazarus. The framework provides facilities for real-time rendering of graphics (using DirectX, OpenGL or Software Renderer), text output, mathematics (including vectors and matrices) and networking communication, among other features. It also supports singleboard devices such as Raspberry PI, Intel Galileo, BeagleBone Black and others with features like GPIO, SPI, I2C and so on, along with external displays, sensors and other peripheral devices.
Tile map editor (TileME) is for design tile maps with a single tiled image and export map data as an array. this is a very good tool for J2ME game prgrammers and with a very little changes you can use it for any other languages. Tile map Editor DEVEL
PDA ROM Editor for Windows Mobile (SE) devices. CURRENTLY UNDERGOING MAJOR REVAMP! To provide editing of Extended ROMs for Custom Application Installation and Splash Screen changes plus editing of ROM headers to allow porting between devices.
This pakage is intended for fast and effective development of the distributed real time program complexes in the RTOS QNX for data acquisition devices management and data processing without using program languages.
PilRC is the PILot Resource Compiler. It takes an input file containing descriptions of Palm Pilot resources and outputs binary resources that can be included into a .prc file.
Free and simple build toolkit for HTML5-based Android apps
SAWS: Simplest Android Web Suite SAWS is an open-source build engine that allows you to turn a HTML5-based client web application into a mobile application for Android OS. Given the folder with your web app (HTML, JS, CSS) and its title, it outputs ready-to-use APK file with this application. Requirements: - Linux or other Unix-based OS with Bash shell - Java SDK (sun-java6-sdk or the latest openjdk version) - Ant - Android SDK installed with Android 2.1 (android-7) available as a target Configuration After unzipping, you must specify the exact path to your Android SDK folder (without last slash) in sdk.ini that resides in SAWS root folder: sdk.dir=/path/to/android-sdk Usage: /path/to/saws-build [application name] [webapp folder] [output apk file] e.g. ~/saws/saws-build "My Cool App" ~/webapp/ ~/nice.apk After this your nice.apk is ready to be installed on your device. SAWS does all the dirty work (assembly, compilation, signing and zipalign) for you.
Easily build software for your Linux distro repo
This project is a wrapper script using generated profiles that include any desired patches and files (such as .desktop, icons, and configurations) to easily update, build, and package the software to be made available in your Linux distributions' online repository. So instead of worrying about how to compile for autoconf, autogen, bootstrap, cmake, or the traditional configure, make, make install, for each software title in your repo, builder will take care of all those details so you can focus on the more important parts of your project! Currently, builder can compile for AMD/Intel 32 and 64 bit along with ARM v6/7 (most notably for the Raspberry PI). The available profiles will successfully build for the XiniX and TC Linux distros, but contributions from others for those variants or others are welcomed and will be added to the database for all to use! Profiles can be found at: http://repo.cliquesoft.org/vanilla/1.1/builder/ [TC|XiniX]
Native makefiles generator
==== Bakefile development was moved to GitHub: https://github.com/vslavik/bakefile ==== Bakefile is cross-platform, cross-compiler native makefiles generator. It takes compiler-independent description of build tasks as input and generate native makefile (autoconf's Makefile.in, Visual C++ project, bcc makefile etc.).
Linux mini-distro for Android devices, not requiring root access
I compile toolchains for who doesn't have time to compile the toolchain
Repository for the Kernel and tools sources for Agenda VR3. Including Gnu/Gcc, binutils, and kernel
Android Scents for animal-sniffer-maven-plugin
If you want to verify your Maven project (library) can also work in Android, you can use animal-sniffer-maven-plugin to check the API against the desired API level. Android Scents will be pushed to Maven Central in groupid "net.sf.androidscents.signature".
A useful collection of batch files and scripts for daily purposes (backup, security, system management, etc.) and development
CELIB is ANSI C/POSIX layer library for Windows CE devices developped by Rainer Keuchel. It allows to port existing software to run on handheld and pocket devices. This project is devoted to maintaining the library.
A Configurable Integrated Monitoring (CIMON) system for Android
CIMON (Configurable Integrated Monitoring system) is a monitoring service which provides a layer of abstraction to support monitoring and context-aware applications. Android applications can use the CIMON API to easily register monitors, and the CIMON monitoring service will integrate each of these requests to meet their needs efficiently. There are a variety of metrics supported related to system status and activity, sensors, and user activity. CIMON also supports registering of complex monitors which are represented by boolean expressions. These monitors can notify applications when a particular event or condition has occurred. In addition to the monitoring service, there is an administration app, shown in the screenshots, which allows you to easily add new monitors. For more complete information, check out the project homepage. The complete JavaDoc is available at the homepage. The source code is freely available and can be extended to include additional metrics.
This is the original (Windows/PalmOS) and UNSUPPORTED version of DataDyne's EpiSurveyor mobile data collection software. EpiSurveyor has changed its name to Magpi, and you can register for a free Magpi account at www.magpi.com
Software to build extra language resource for existing software and software library packages and tools for language computing
Head-top - a single and/or multi-directional mini-computer placed on user's head or in proximity to the head - user-adjustable to acomodate spatial placement in relation to projection(s) to form a "4-corner" computer unit (usually projection related)
Realtime preview for designers and developers.
When I got my first Android tablet; I realized how much web design and development were such a tedious process for a large majority of tablet and smart phone users. I found no applications available in Google Play that enabled live code debugging which gave me the incentive to develop one myself. After purchasing Google's developer fee, as well as AIDE I then released on Google Play for all to use.
IDE for portables GUI applications in Perl. Works with wxPerl (wxWindows), GML (GUI Markup Language) and HPL.
Pivot is at once a template for a generic J2EE project and a demonstration of how to assemble a project so that it can easily be pointed to differnt application servers.