Supports writing Ada software for Cortex-M3, M4F boards
DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED TO GITHUB, at https://github.com/simonjwright/cortex-gnat-rts This project contains various GNAT Ada Run Time Systems (RTSs) targeted at Cortex boards: so far, the Arduino Due (http://www.arduino.org) and the STM32F4-series evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics (http://www.st.com). It is intended that releases will allow the development of proprietary software (by the use of the GCC Runtime Library exception for project-developed code, and by only using manufacturer’s software where the same permission applies).
A C Compiler/Editor for Retro 6809 Machines (Colour Computer/Dragon)
WinCMOC v0.6 is here! So many new features, I cant remember them all. Please uninstall old versions before installing. This is a port of the CMOC compiler (written by Pierre Sarrazin) to Windows. Currently CMOC does not support linking, so, I've written front end tools which edit CMOC's output so that it can be assembled and linked via LWTOOL's. A simple C editor in included which makes it easy to compile/build and run the xroar emulator. Please visit the CMOC website: http://perso.b2b2c.ca/~sarrazip/dev/cmoc.html CREDITS LWTools - Portable tools for the Motorola 6809/6309 http://lwtools.projects.l-w.ca/ mcpp - A Portable C Preprocessor http://mcpp.sourceforge.net/ Artistic Style - Automatic Source Formatter http://astyle.sourceforge.net/ XRoar - Dragon & CoCo emulator http://www.6809.org.uk/xroar/ CMOC - 6809 cross-compiler for a small C-like language http://perso.b2b2c.ca/~sarrazip/dev/cmoc.html
Mariko's GCC for the x68000
I've re-built Mariko's GCC 1.40 as a Win32 hosted compiler. It still relies on the x68000 HAS & HLK linkers along with the SHARP/Hudson includes & libraries
A PhoneGap alternative for Desktop applications.
A simple armv7h sdk
This is my sdk for usage with slackware on A20 devices like bananapi, cubietruck and olimex-som. For more info see https://github.com/tjohann/a20_sdk .
cuda 8.0 cmake-sample
nvidia is no more supporting cmake for cuda. Here is a sample with no complicated pure Makefile grammar. The cmake file makes you produce a static library within a mixed code types c for host and cuda for your gpu device. Thank you nvidia for the smart nvcc. Enjoy 817(#35 :D !!
EMX compiler hosted on Win32
I'm taking various older versions of the OS/2 based EMX port of GCC and re-hosting them on Win32. This way I can use multiple core machines to build my OS/2 side projects.
Compiler for a subset of K&R C to SC/MP object code
This is a test and evaluation version of a small C compiler. The supported C dialect is a subset of the original K&R C. The compiler generates object code for the SC/MP emulator. For simple operations, SC/MP machine code is generated; more complicated operations (I/O, math) are handled by library calls. The necessary libraries are outlined in the emulator main project. !! CAUTION !! This is NOT a production stable C compiler.
the industry's leading Oberon-2 to C translator
Ofront+ is a tool that translates Oberon-2 programs into semantically equivalent C programs. Full error analysis is performed on the Oberon input program and in case of no errors up to three files are generated as output. Ofront+ does not invoke the C compiler or linkage editor. This may be done in separate shell scripts or make files and is inherently dependent on the C compiler and linkage editor being used. Although normally not read by the user, the C code generated by Ofront+ is kept as readable as possible, nicely formatted, should not produce any C compiler error messages or warnings and is tuned for efficient execution. In fact, an Oberon program translated by Ofront+ can be expected to execute as fast and read as well as an equivalent hand-coded C program. Ofront+ is based on Ofront by Software Templ OEG. Here are two versions: 1. Ofront+ for Windows & Linux command line 2. Ofront+ for BlackBox Component Builder (runs as a subsystem)
nwcc is a C compiler for Unix systems targeting *BSD, OSX, Linux and Solaris on x86 (nasm/gas), FreeBSD, OSX and Linux on AMD64 (yasm/gas), Solaris on SPARC, AIX and Linux on PPC/PPC64 and IRIX on MIPS64. Cross-compilation is supported.
Building and running ancient Linux on Windows
While I may have started with Linux 0.11, I've expanded this to include several older relases of the Linux kernel that you can cross compile from Windows, and run on Qemu. I've managed to get the older versions of the software tools running on Windows, so that there is no major invasive source changes, outside of either broken drivers, or massaging the makefiles to find things in the new paths, and calling the appropriate tools where needed. Linux 0.10 is the first oldest version of Linux that is somewhat usable. While it lacks things like TCP/IP, and robust filesystems, it does offer a small kernel size, perfect for playing around with. You can comfortably make changes on Windows, re-compile and test all from a 'normal' desktop.
K&R C compiler for the 68000
From the old ATARI ST days, is Sozobon 2.0 the 68000 compiler. Includes JAS an assembler, TOP an optimizer and a linker.
Tern.js-compliant Prototypes Framework with Polymorphism
Zeta Ret ProtoSS Library - Prototype Supers-Subclass This library leverages the use of Tern.js server in Eclipse allowing the developer to view inheritances in the outline. In addition adds several features on top of regular prototyping: super, setSuper, setSubclass, getSupers, getSupers2, superList, getThis, getSuper, callSuper, callSuper2, callProto, callProto2, superize, hasSuper, is, getNextSuper, rndstr
BASIC Compiler and Interpreter
John's Mutant contains several projects. The current project is a Minimal BASIC compiler for Linux systems using AMD64 compatible CPUs. You can download the MinimalBASIC compiler source in the Files section.
Embedded by examples
Building of embedded systems from scratch including their cross-toolchain and using virtual and/or emulated machines as pratical examples.
The NT POSIX C Runtime Library is an IEEE standard runtime library for the NT POSIX subsystem. It can be used as a complete replacement or a side by side alternative for what is shipped with the Interix SDK.
Dev65 is a macro assembler, linker and librarian suite for the 6501, 6502, 65C02, 65816 and 65832 family of microprocessors coded in Java for portability. The code is based on a framework that could support other system architectures.
A CBM BASIC Editor for Windows
A CBM BASIC Editor for Windows written by Björg Stojalowski in VB.NET 2010