Direct C++ to C# translator, translates one of the languages to another without compiling. Has academic aim only!!!
A collection of development tools and build environments for Interix using the Microsoft compiler. Aims to facilitate interaction between Visual Studio, Microsoft build and GNU tools. Ex Visual Studio Addins, shell scripts, makefiles and library patches.
SuperWikia: The Runtime/Realtime Environment for Codesmiths
The SuperWikia Alpha 1.0 application is an IDE specifically developed for 3D and graphic content. Its built upon the Unity foundation and incorporates various libraries from Komodo IDE, wxDevC++, CodeBlocks, QT Creator and other applications. Its Realtime purpose is an IDE (codesmith developer access), its Runtime (U/I) function is as a space building simulator, operating in conjunction with the SuperWikia 'Navigator' user interface to simulate space economics and fleet operations. It allows users (known as 'data fleet navigators' or DFN's) to compete in tourneys over vast regions known as 'expanses' and to create envoys that manage onsite and offsite stations. Using additional SuperWikia components, users may enhance their experience with plugins and 'dataplates' that help build the Runtime environment. Codesmiths (SuperWikia Alpha developers) can also build on top of the codebase using 'transcribes', acronym/algebraic encodes that differentiate codesmith works.
Weever is a little XML Parser which uses DOM approach to parse XML file.
iFlow is an open source visualization software that transforms programs into interactive control flow graphs. It can be used for educational or presentational purposes. APIs are provided for potential control analysis or even compiler optimizations.
A multi purpose scripting language
The nap scripting language is an object oriented scripting language which brings together the best features of various scripting languages found on different platforms. The nap-script is a C like programming and scripting language with the following characteristics: - compiles into bytecode - it runs in a virtual machine - can be executed standalone or embedded in C/C++ code - has a well defined assembly language - can do runtime compilation - has a syntax very similar to C without pointers ... and it is still under development :) Check out the mercurial repository to get a glimps on the code.
nbasic - bytecode compiler+vm for middle level programming language, like basic. nbs - small and fast C-coded object orientated basic (compiler+vm) for embeded applications. Purpose: scripting support for C/C++ project.
Language Oriented Programming tools. Planned tools: Dynamic grammar parser-builder, evaluator Real-time & in-place source code parsing to augment IDE Development of AST model and manipulation language DSL embedding