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OpenGLide is a Glide to OpenGL wrapper. It emulates a Voodoo board so you can run old Windows Glide games by translating Glide calls into OpenGL.40 weekly downloads
FOCA (Fudeba: Optimizer, Compiler and Assembler) is a free development system for the MSX architecture (Z80-based), aiming to provide developer support for the Uzix operating system.8 weekly downloads
XODO Um compilador para uma linguagem estilo portugol com propósitos puramente acadêmicos, ou seja, para que qualquer interessado possa estudar seu código, alterar, aprimorar, etc. Sintam-se livres para usar o software como entederem. O autor não se responsabiliza por qualquer dano causado pelo software.6 weekly downloads
Tecnotel is a project that seeks security and comodity to the end-user, controlling your house through the telephone line, internet or remote-controller. The software available controls the electronic-equipment and others.2 weekly downloads
A C++ Development Tool for Linux1 weekly downloads
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
GoldRec is a generic Dynamic Compiler target at emulators in general including 64bit processor support and code optimizations.
This project aims to make GNU/Linux really usable in the LGPL SPARCv8 processor called LEON.
Mabslay is an interpreter with an unified system. The same code will run on different OS versions, platforms and locales.
A completely different and powerful approach to research and analyze vulnerabilities, resulting in permutations, and which can be applied to both offensive and defensive approach (oriented to programming).
Zeus Grid is a Grid Computing environment usefull to run systems in heterogenous machines at same time. In this first step, it will only compile, run and collect application results and file storage.