Development environment for OS/2 and DOS
VMLAB User Components for AVR peripherals and external components
This is the source code repository for my VMLAB User Components. The Project Website contains detailed descriptions of each component. You can also Download Components as pre-compiled DLL files from this site. The "AVR Peripheral" components should be installed to the "mculib" directory; all other components are installed in the "userlib" directory. A few components include a "readme.txt" with additional setup instructions. Most components are licensed under the LGPLv2 (or higher). A few of the older components are released into the Public Domain.
Debug Wrapper library is an alpha library which set wrapper on some glibc functions such fopen,fclose,unlink,.. and trace all IO access. This project has been stop because it duplicate some functionality of last Valgrind version.
A facility to keep a history of context information during runtime and then dumping it in a separate file when a problem occurs (similar to core dump).
Utilises the JVMDI (Java Debug API) to produce line coverage reports detailing which lines of code have been executed during a test. Report is produced in XML and may be post-processed via XSLT into a prettier one.
The purpose of the Managed Memory Framework for C++ is to offer an abstraction layer over the basic memory management available in the C++ library by providing a set of smart pointers and various memory allocation schemes (heap, pool, static...).
NProf is a profiler for .NET applications. The project has moved to Google Code (http://code.google.com/p/nprof/).
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lfyre is a general purpose, compiled programming language. It offers high performance, expressive power and flexibility. It has many features found in other languages, plus extra features as creating new operators, keywords and programming paradigms.