A C++ Library that provides easy logging to syslog and cerr with debug levels throught global std::ostream objects
LLVM is a unique compiler infrastructure designed for the optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages. Compilation in C and C++ programs is supported using a parser based on GCC 3.4. Backends exist for X86, Sparc, PowerPC and "C".
Mondo: Shared Library Monitor
This is a project to develop tools for the MOUSE programming language and to encourage its use as an experimental and teaching language.
Tools for Palm OS developers on Mac OS X. Cocoa Palm Reporter logs traces emitted by the Palm OS Emulator. USB-TCP Bridge provides a socket that can be used to communicate with a Palm handheld over USB (for example, GDB).
Mickey is a hex/ascii file viewer and editor that runs on all major operating systems thanks to FLTK.
This project intends to create a portable 8051 simulator to run on many platforms using FLTK as the graphics library
CDK4NIOS stands for Cross Development Kit for Altera's soft core processor NIOS and should you support with a comprehensive Assembler and C/C++ development environment under Linux. It will present only free of fee tools, so you can use it without risks.
Nak is a video game compiler, based on lua. With his dll system, you can made your own functions for nak. For now, only 2d system will be added.
A FrameWork to develop Pascal Applications. This includes Integrated Development Environment (Rapid Application Development -RAD-), Virtual Machine, Web Services (Pascal Server Pages -PSP-) and too many tools
NetClipse is an Eclipse plugin for NetBeans. Eclipse runs embedded within the NetBeans platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/beanclipse
How Good are your JUnit Tests? NoUnit measures your Junit tests in your project using Java, XML and XSLT. NoUnit gives a picture of your code , like a graph gives you a picture of a set of figures, to allow you to see what is *really* going on.
ObjectBlox is a collection of libraries and utilities that provide a variety of useful services and functions for building distributed, cross-platform applications. It is written entirely in C# and runs on the .Net and Mono runtimes.
Oracle client side tracing and monitoring utility
A simple unit tester for C (or C++ as well) on Linux.
Parallelized GDB: a tool for debugging parallel programs written in MPICH. Written in C++ and on the brink (hopefully) of usability. Please help develop!
Printr Debugger is an Actionscript implementation of the "print_r" function from PHP. It has a lot of options, the results are presented in the Output Window or in the Printr Debugger Flash Panel. It offers remote inspection too.
Proctor is a tool for running unit tests for Python programs. It uses the standard unittest module, and provides a GUI and command line interface for finding and running all tests available in a package or set of packages.
Prolint is a tool for automated source code review of Progress 4GL code. Prolint can enforce company coding standards and finds sloppy code and code that may perform differently than how the programmer intended.
A multi-platform user interface to the GNU debugger, GDB, implemented using GDB/MI and the Qt 4 (GPL) framework. Supports GDB 6+ natively for GNU/Linux (X11), Windows (MinGW/GDI, Cygwin/X11), Mac OS X (Carbon), FreeBSD (X11), Solaris (X11), other Unices.
This is a simulator for the SMIS research MRI consoles. It executes compiled pulse sequences, and emulates the MR3040/50, MR3031, and RF cards. If you have an SMIS scanner, you will find this a useful pulse sequence development aid.
Realizing Electric Fence and KCacheGrind on Eclipse Platform...
Development of a fully-conforming implementation of a compiler for the Sirius programming language.
Softx86 is a library that provides software emulation of an Intel 80x86 CPU. The library takes care of executing opcodes and handling exceptions while the host application is responsible for providing simulated RAM, I/O devices, external signals.