CLISP is a portable ANSI Common Lisp implementation and development environment by Bruno Haible. Interpreter, compiler, debugger, CLOS, MOP, FFI, Unicode, sockets, CLX. UI in English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, and Danish.
Open Watcom C/C++ compilers and tools Fork
C/C++ compilers and tools to compile and build for targets DOS 16/32-bit, RDOS, Windows 16/32-bit, OS/2 16/32 bit, Linux 32-bit (x86), Netware running on host OS DOS, Windows 16/32/64-bit, OS/2, Linux 32/64-bit (x86/x64)
The Open On-Chip Debugger
The "Open On-Chip Debugger" provides JTAG/SWD access from GDB (or directly with TCL scripts) to processors with ARM and MIPS based cores. See website for full list of supported targets.
ChibiOS/RT is a free and efficient RTOS designed for deeply embedded applications. It offers a comprehensive set of kernel primitives and supports many architectures: ARM7, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, PowerPC e200z, STM8, AVR, MSP430, ColdFire, H8S, x86.
WinAVR (tm) is a suite of executable, open source software development tools for the Atmel AVR series of RISC microprocessors hosted on the Windows platform. Includes the GNU GCC compiler for C and C++.
The openwince project collects free (open source) software tools, modules, applications, drivers, and so on for Windows CE platform developers. Some of the modules are usable outside Windows CE development environment and are platform independent.
A port of zlib 1.1.4 to the Palm OS as a SysLib. Facilitates decompression/compression of infozip and PK-ZIP 2.x (.zip) as well as gzip (.gz) compression formats on the Palm PDA.
Jump is a software development tool for Java on the PalmOS platform. It compiles Java classfiles to self-contained 68K assembly language programs for Pila.
Apple IIe emulator for Palm OS. Appalm uses uses certain techniques to improve performance which subvert some of the standard protection mechanisms of Palm OS. Appalm should not be used on machines with important data.
The goal of this project is to develop a useable linux environment for the Palm hardware platform. This includes a boot loader, kernel (uclinux), user interface (shell/gui), kernel drivers and whatever else is needed to make such an environment possible
Programmers Calculator is the original calculator for the Palm OS programmed by Gary T. Desrosiers generously donated into the public domain.
SuperWaba is a Virtual Machine for handhelds. Runs in PalmOS, Windows CE, Win32, and is fully emulated under JDK/browser. Supports Exceptions, has a complete set of UI controls (Palm/WinCE), double and long, grayscale/color, sockets/serial/IR/Bluetooth
NATIVE is a project aimed at producing a version of the C# language compiler which omits native-code for various OS platforms. NATIVE does not target the CLI or use the CLR.
I compile toolchains for who doesn't have time to compile the toolchain
DOS emulation program for WinCE. Based on Dosbox.063,n0p's DosBox,Wall's pDosBox beta 2, mamaich compiller, Pocket Console and DOS Emulator. You may use these tools at your own risk!
NEmu is an emulator/simulator for exploring computer architecture. It provides a virtual machine, a debugger, and simulations of various cpus and hardware. NEmu is built on top of ALib, my own application framework.
The GNU Prolog native compiler
GNU Prolog is a free implementation (under GPL) of the logic programming language PROLOG. It can compile to native machine code which is extremely fast in execution. Another feature is the included constraint solver.
Android-based Operating System (AOSP)
halogenOS test builds (release builds are just a leftover) The test builds and modules are supposed to be only used by our testers. But if you are not a tester, and use these builds anyways, don't expect support if you get problems. You can report the bugs, but you have to be experienced enough to know how to revert back to a working state and how to report bugs and provide logs.
Building and running ancient Linux on Windows
While I may have started with Linux 0.11, I've expanded this to include several older relases of the Linux kernel that you can cross compile from Windows, and run on Qemu. I've managed to get the older versions of the software tools running on Windows, so that there is no major invasive source changes, outside of either broken drivers, or massaging the makefiles to find things in the new paths, and calling the appropriate tools where needed. Linux 0.10 is the first oldest version of Linux that is somewhat usable. While it lacks things like TCP/IP, and robust filesystems, it does offer a small kernel size, perfect for playing around with. You can comfortably make changes on Windows, re-compile and test all from a 'normal' desktop.
SIMD macro assembler unified for ARM, MIPS, PPC and x86
UniSIMD assembler is a high-level C/C++ macro assembler framework unified across ARM, MIPS, Power and x86 architectures. It establishes a subset of both BASE and SIMD instruction sets with clearly defined common API, so that application logic can be written and maintained in one place without code replication. The assembler itself isn't a separate tool, but rather a collection of C/C++ header files, which applications need to include directly in order to use. At present, Intel SSE/SSE2/SSE4 and AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 (32/64-bit x86 ISAs), ARMv7 NEON/NEONv2, ARMv8 AArch32/AArch64 NEON (32/64-bit ARM ISAs), MIPS 32/64-bit r5/r6 MSA and Power 32/64-bit VMX/VSX (little/big-endian ISAs) are mostly implemented, although scalar improvements, horizontal reductions, wider SIMD vectors with zeroing/merging predicates in 3/4-operand instructions, are planned as extensions to current 2/3-operand SPMD-driven vertical SIMD ISA. See README file.
Pattern-based multi/many-core parallel programming framework
FastFlow is a C/C++ programming framework supporting the development of pattern-based parallel programs on multi/many-core and distributed platforms. FastFlow run-time is built upon non-blocking threads and lock-free queues. Thanks to its very efficient CAS-free communication/synchronization support (e.g. few clock cycles core-to-core latency), FastFlow effectively supports the exploitation of fine grain parallelism, e.g. parallel codes managing very high frequency streams on commodity multi-core. FastFlow works on x86, x86_64, PPC, ARM, and Linux, Mac and Win XP/7. Latest version can be downloaded from the SVN using the following command: svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/mc-fastflow/code/ fastflow
Simple, object-oriented and functional
The Objeck language is an object-oriented programming language with functional features. All data types are treated as objects. The language consists of a compiler, VM (with garbage collector and JIT compiler) along with a command-line debugger.
This is a port of the ebe programming environment to QT.
The ebe programming environment is a nice IDE designed for developing Assembly programs. It also handles C and C++ programs as well since there was not much extra effort. It used to support Fortran and this could return if people want Fortran. This project is an effort to recode ebe using C++ and QT. Originally ebe was coded using Python, Tkinter and Pmw, which worked out pretty well. The QT environment offers substantially better GUI controls. The most obvious difference is that Python ebe has a lot of separate windows, while the QT ebe will use 1 main window and a collection of dockable subwindows. This will make it easier to use.
colorForth is, in Chuck Moore's own words: "A dialect of Forth that uses color to replace punctuation. Includes its own operating system. Produces extremely compact programs. Instant compile from pre-parsed source."
Vector Pascal is a language targeted at SIMD multi-core instruction-sets such as the AVX and SSE2 or Xeon-Phi. It has a SIMD compiler which supports parallel vector operations, loop unrolling, common sub expression removal etc. It is implemented in Java.