The XPS is a scalable platform for meta-programming and domain engineering. It provides a virtual machine, compiler, and runtime library that make it possible to efficiently develop, debug, and run programs based on XPL (eXtensible Programming Language)
A microcontroller emulation framework that currently emulates the 8051 microcontroller.
binaryfinary is a binary file format viewer/editor. Profiles are written which describe binary file formats e.g. media files formats, TCP packets, compression formats. Binaryfinary provides an XML-DTD so that these templates can be described in XML.
[from port's pkg-descr] "pstack" is a workalike for the Solaris program of the same name. Running pstack on a process or core file produces a stack trace of each thread in that process.
dSpec is a BDD framework for Delphi/Pascal built as an extension of DUnit.
dotUnit is a port of JUnit (www.junit.org) to the Microsoft .net platform. This testing framework allows for automated unit and functional tests which are vital for refactoring and regression testing.
Dranzer: ActiveX vulnerability discovery tool. CERT developed this open source tool so that software developers can test ActiveX controls for vulnerabilities before the software is released to the public.
Drow is an ELF linux analyzer coded in C.It is aimed to the low-level programmer. It is a console application which displays ELF file information in an human readable format, providing different options for different parts/aims of the file data.
FreePascal based debugger and freepascal debugger lib. An alternative for C-based gdb.
ELFE will allow you to edit *nix binary files so far support only in linux / bsd systems the program uses ncurses and console based
elfviz is command line tool which parse and visualizes ARM-ELF(Executable and Linkable Format).
JTAG interface library for FTDI chips. Linux port of the ftcjtag library from ftdi( http://bit.ly/98Vul3 ). Implementation relies on ftd2xx.so ( not libftdi.so ) which makes it windows compatible.
Gnu Digital Signal Processor Simulator. The goal is to develop a DSP Simulator for Linux. The first chip supported will be the TMS320C54x.
ggcov is a GTK+ GUI for exploring test coverage data produced by C programs compiled with gcc --coverage. It's basically a GUI replacement for the gcov program that comes with gcc.
GNOME front-end for valgrind memory debugger.
goldenfiles is a project which has a number of small software ranging from useful to completely useless.
GPICD - The GNU PIC Programmer and In-Circuit Debugger. GPICD is an open-source Programmer and In-Circuit debugger for the Microchip (TM) PIC (TM) family of microcontrollers. It is an ideal complement for the gputils development tool set.
HTTP Rake - a simple HTTP server for examining/testing HTTP requests
HTTP Rake - httpr - is a lightweight and flexible HTTP testing tool that is useful for examining and testing HTTP requests without the need for a full-fledged Web server or a proxy. Implemented in Go, httpr is extremely compact, and can be run locally, which is useful in cases when sending HTTP traffic to a third-party hosted solutions is not desirable, or impractical.
JTAG base library, ARM7TDMI and MIPS debugger stubs for GDB. Extendable architecture to add JTAG device drivers, debuggers, and custom JTAG applications.
libptrace is a cross-platform process and thread tracing and manipulation library.
SpreadAppender is a log4j appender module that broadcasts log messages over a local multicast network using the Spread API. It is very efficient and perfect for clusters of network applications. Your sysadmin will thank you for it.
PrivateICE is a kernel level debugger similar to SoftICE on Windows. Planned is also a GUI interface for normal debugging in a multitasking environment, as opposed to SoftICE which always halts the entire machine when active.
ruby's expressivity together with static typing
playstation (psx) development tools: includes disassembler, code profiler, and cd mastering tools (split off from the World Foundry GDK).
rngcc is "really nice GNU C compiler" it's the GUI for the standard GCC on Unix systems rngcc is fully written in c