A complete runtime environment for gcc
The mingw-w64 project is a complete runtime environment for gcc to support binaries native to Windows 64-bit and 32-bit operating systems.
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 .
CQSAT is a powerful, comprehensive and extensible framework for static analysis of program source code and detection of software defects.
DYE is the Do-it-Yourself Embedded Environment framework, a set of scripts and stuff for building a cross toolchain and a highly customizable target system.
The goal of this project is to provide a method to build a bootable image for small embedded systems, based on the original package sources, most notably buildroot, and to snapshot the distribution and configuration files for repeatable builds.
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.
The KISS build is a very simple build system for a entire linux(/gnu/uclibc) system It is something between an automated LSF and a gentoo distribution without adanced packaging features It consists of a simple script that download and build for you
Makerootfs makes it easy to build a root filesystem for embedded devices (e.g. ARM based) by automating the cross-compiling process through shell scripts, patches and default configs. Unlike buildroot which uses uClibc, makerootfs uses the full glibc.
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.
Have you been struggling with compiling C++ with Windows and MinGW or Cygwin? Do you use Linux? So this one is for you. With it you can easily build libs for 32 and 64 bit Windows on Linux. Mac OS X libs planned.