Tho goal of this project is to provide an integrated development environment for developing (x)Harbour applications on various platforms.
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.
A low-power ISA design and simulator for a 2010 IEEE competition
This is a student project designed to compete in the 2010 IEEE Computer Society Student Competition: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/competition/2010competition The Code Red architecture is designed for extremely lower power environments, like distributed sensor networks. Included is a design of that architecture, a Java-based simulator, an implementation (without vector instructions) designed as a Logisim circuit (http://ozark.hendrix.edu/~burch/logisim/), and more. The name "Code Red" comes from our team name, the Red Team. Since the competition dictated a small team size, our professor split the class and gave each group a color. We liked the name "Code Red" and chose it to represent our team and school's color (UMass' official color is Maroon.) Only later did we realize that "Code Red" was the name of an unrelated computer worm from 2001.
This project contains some test scripts and software for Analog Devices' DSP chip emulators. This verifies whether a particular emulator is working correctly with a particular PC and target board.
NProf is a profiler for .NET applications. The project has moved to Google Code (http://code.google.com/p/nprof/).
wloader (Wrapper Loader) is a windows application that helps you execute other applications with your wrapping dlls. It might be very helpful in debugging without source code or reverse engineering.