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The goal of this project is to port GCC to the TMS320C54x line of TI DSPs. These processors are commonly used in mobile phones, portable music players, and the like. This project was motivated by the Neuros "Digital Audio Computer".
collection of tools and plugins for the Code::Blocks-IDE primarily useful for embedded devices software-development using cross-compilers, JTAG-debuggers and simulation tools for several target platforms like ARM, SH3/4, AD and TI DSP's , ...
Drivers, firmware and cross dev tools for the Commodore 64 Retro Replay, RRNet and MMC64.
Multifunctional tool for Windows and Linux/BSD2 weekly downloads
flex and bison files for limited conversion from autocad dxf to POV-RAY format. whole DXF flex syntax is there as of that timeframe. I tried my best, but I am not an expert in bison. files are huge. written for gnu C. and C hand attempt at lexer
ARM linux run shared library rundotso dlopen dlsym Inline Assembler
An unofficial dev kit for the PV2 camera. Currently includes v8 uRISC assembler, linker, and source examples. It can be used to create firmware patches and uploadable programs for the $10 and $20 Ritz/CVS "single-use" PV2 digital camera.
Full-features Integrated Development Environment (IDE) containing built-in cross assemblers for a variety of processors. Will contain built-in emulators and features specific to software development on certain computer systems and consoles.
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.
idevb is an interplatform development bridge which allows you to develop(compiling/debugging/etc.) softwares for any kinds of platforms on any platforms you prefer.1 weekly downloads
IMPORTANT: This Sourceforge page is not used anymore. Please refer to http://www.superglus.com or http://www.caad.es/superglus for any inromation about latests superglus versions.
C compiler for 8-bit microcontrollers, currently targeting the PIC 16F series
Xfde will be a lightweight crossplatform Gtk2-based integrated development environment and source code editor written in C++.
jRate is a real-time Java compiler and runtime system (based on GNU GCJ) with support for much of the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ), including threading constructs with real-time constraints, asynchronous event handling, and memory regions.2 weekly downloads
Jack is an optimizing C compiler for the Jackal 3.0 ISA. The Jackal 3.0 ISA is the target architecture for UVa's Advanced Digital Design Course. JackCC is ready for production use. Additionally, I've written an assembler/simulator: jackas4 weekly downloads
Compiler targeting the 18F line of Microchip PIC embedded microcontrollers. Written in C# 2.0.
This is a cross compiler and code generator which converts the source code from one programming language to another language or binary.
port of optimizing oberon-2 compiler (http://ooc.sf.net) to nmos 6502 platforms using cc65(http://cc65.org) as a portable assembler. nmos6502-oo2c provides mini-library as well.
This is a port of the GNU C Compiler (GCC) to cross-compile C programs for the microcontroler family PIC from Microchip.
MeshC, in the spirit of and as an improvement on nesc, is a programming language intended for development of distributed embedded systems comprised of small-footprint, low-power devices. The project provides the language spec and a meshC compiler.
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.3 weekly downloads
Provides simplified, single-package distributions of MinGW for use with specific applications.
The ucsd-psystem-xc project provides a Pascal cross compiler for producing UCSD p-System code files on Posix hosts, such as linux. It also provides some other related tools, such as a disassembler.2 weekly downloads
The Z83 C Compiler is an optimizing cross compiler for a language very similar to C targeted toward the TI83+. The output from the compiler may be assembled with TASM (http://home.comcast.net/~tasm/) or ZASM (http://lpg.ticalc.org/prj_zasm/).3 weekly downloads