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Free 32/64/16-bit multi-platform Pascal and Object Pascal compiler7,374 weekly downloads
WinXP, Vista, Win7, linux, OpenSolaris native port of the BSD PSPSDK (ps2dev.org), with freely distributable import libraries and header files (DevPaks) for building cross compiled homebrew Sony PSP (PlayStation Portable) applications.30 weekly downloads
Binutils, gcc, gdb and glibc re-targeted for MIPS R3000R and R5900 as shipped in PlayStation and PlayStation 2 video game consoles, both from Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
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A calculator with C-style syntax and many features, like functions, braching and arrays. It's a small programming language that can be executed on VM or compiled to x86 code and run natively.
Moved to GitHub...1 weekly downloads
A small programming language provided with an OCaML compiler.
WPDCC is a public domain (Uncopyrighted) C99 compiler written object oriented C90. For countries where public domain is not valid, it is licensed under the BSL.
This is a new object-oriented programming language for PIC micro controllers. The idea behind this is to forget the hardware stuff and concentrate on real work with reusable objects during development.
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