An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows.
An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows. Development is done on GitHub (https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg). Daily snapshots are uploaded here, snapshots for every commit can be found on http://releases.x64dbg.com
HTML/CSS/JS and Markdown Playground For Web Designers and Developers
AVR simulator IDE
Electronic circuit simulator. Simple environment to run and debug firmware for AVR 8-bit microprocessors. Able to run arduino firmware. Internally this program uses the open source Simavr AVR Processor Simulator (https://github.com/buserror/simavr) and wraps all its functions in a GUI shell. Setups for firmware debugging scenarios can be created dynamically. Able to run 16MHz MCU with decent set of external parts in real time. In particular this can be used for development of CNC firmware in conjuction with its CAM frontend without access to the real hardware. For Linux and Windows systems. Please visit wiki pages (https://sourceforge.net/p/simutron/wiki/Home/) for instructions
Tool to find symbols in windows Library or Executable
It reads windows Portable Executable file format. DLL & EXE . Coming up with support for name de-mangling Portable Tested on Linux/ SunOS/ Windows - VS10 / Mac You might also want to check https://sourceforge.net/projects/core-dump-analyzer
Tool for opening dmp files for .NET applications.
ClrDbg can open a dmp file, or connect to a running process, and display information about the objects on the heap and their class information (such as field definitions and method signatures), threads and their call stacks. ClrDbg uses the Microsoft.Diagnostics.Runtime.dll (ClrMD). The user-interface allows the user to drill-down by clicking on hyperlinks in a grid view.
GPL task manager replacement for Windows
Daphne is a system tray application for process killing, controlling and debugging. It's development started back in 2005. It was first thought to kill a set of windows process at once. With the time it became a GPL task manager replacement for Windows. You can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the process in the main process list, or by typing its name with the "Kill all by name" command. You can set a any window to be always on top, to be transparent, to be enable, et cetera. Although Daphne was born just to kill windows process. You can think of Daphne as a task manager replacement. The main window displays a list of currently running process with detailed information about: CPU usage, Process ID, Process name, Full path (and arguments), Priority, Class (Process / Service), Current memory usage, Peek memory usage, Current swap usage, Peek swap usage and Number of threads.
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.
Moved to: https://turboc.codeplex.com/
Moved to: https://turboc.codeplex.com/
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.