IMAVR is Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC chip emulator for UNIX. You can run your code before programming to chip. Embedded simple debugger and disassembler. Emulate wide range of AVR chip, wide range of their modules: EEPROM,USART, timers and so on.
Graphical debugger interface for the Bochs PC emulator.
The Computer Emulation Framework (CEF) is a common application framework for computer hardware emulation. It is flexible enough to emulate any hardware produced to date. CEF is used to create computer emulators.
Capture, analyze, modify, replicate your application's TCP traffic. Simulate slow and unreliable networks. More powerful than Apache TCPMon and less expensive than Shunra Cloud. You can finally see what your SOAP service is sending over HTTPS!
ESELC is a interpreter for the Easy Stack Environment Language (ESEL). It is written in ISO C++.
Follow is a simple Java application which allows a user to monitor several log files concurrently. The source for this project is now being maintained at http://hallwaytech.github.com/follow
An official experimental fork of Python's integrated development environment IDLE. Worthwhile and successful changes and additions will go back into the Python distribution's IDLE at some later stage. There is no spanish inquisition.
LobTraceStream is an easy C++ trace/log mechanism, that allows to specify at runtime different trace levels for each of the modules of your application.
Logger.NET is a logging framework which enables you to include code which contains logging information (like Entermethod, Exitmethod, variable values etc) to be logged. For licensing questions, see license.txt in the releases
The MCAPL Project provides a tool for prototyping BDI agent programming languages and model checking programs written in these languages via an interface to the JavaPathfinder model checker.
ObjectScript is a general purpose object-oriented programming language. It is designed to be simple to learn, easy to use, yet still powerful, combining the convenience of an interactive interpreter with many of the features of Java
Seksen is a GUI based 8086, 80186 emulator and debugger in Java.
The XBuildStudio is C/C++ development environment(like the VC IDE) for UNIX/LINUX console applications.it runs on a Windows OS, but compiles and debugs applications on UNIX/LINUX OS.
goldenfiles is a project which has a number of small software ranging from useful to completely useless.
A neat tool for creating GDB readable coredumps from multithreaded applications -- while the program is running. The coredumper library can be compiled into applications to create core dumps of the running program, without terminating.
xsldb is a fully featured xslt debugger that can easily be linked into every xslt-development environment that uses Apache XALAN or the Sun JDK implementations. xsldb is interactive, console based and offers an intuitive, easy to learn debugging language
Java SWT and AWT port of Scintilla, a free source code editing component. Scintilla runs on Windows and Linux with GTK+. It is a rich text editing control that supports syntax styling, error indicators, code completion, call tips, etc.
Source level debugging for linux kernel. Allows debugging of linux kernel using gdb over a serial line
An implementation of Kent Beck's famous XUnit testing framework designed specifically for unit testing components written for the .NET platform.
Adebug/Assemble is a pair of Debugger/Assembler for the MC68Xxx family running on Atari and Amiga computers. Years ago commercial product, now GPL.
Atemu and Xatdb provide a simulator and debugger for devices and networks made up of AVR microprocessor devices, such as the MICA2 Mote.
Clint is a testbed for static source-code checking techniques. It is currently designed to check C++ for common programmer errors and suggest improvements.
DMACS: a feature-rich debugger that can be potentially used with any C++ program on any platform. Designed with game programming in mind, it supports logging, an enhanced assert macro, state saving and loading, stack-watching, and more.
When testing using a database with rollback after each test, failing tests are very hard to resolve. Data Storm is a simple DB viewer directly launchable from within your test code to enable you to inspect the current state of the database.