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IGL (Intuition Graphics Library) is a TurboPascal Graphics library which implements a "Amiga-a-like" interface. IGL is an inactive project (since 1991)
A simple (complete) embedded system tool chain system.
Omorphia is a graphic, multimedia and gaming library containing Delphi and Freepascal components to simplify multimedia based apllication development on W9xNT and Unix platforms including support for various graphic and sound interfaces and libraries.
Open System Interface(OSI) is an abstract layer of embedded os.It aims to provide a set of APIs for developing portable embedded software by hiding the raw APIs of various RTOS.A high-availability API,small footprint and high portable are OSI's features
A whole lot of source code related to programming Linux systems with C
QPL(Quantum Programming Language) will have an object-oriented design and will maintain low-level functionality. The result will be a language between C/C++, with the easy syntax and object-oriented structure of a scripting language like C#.
SMASH is an user level thread scheduler running on the Linux kernel which was originally developed in 2001 by Kurt Debattista In the university of Malta. This project is to continue developing it.
TINI-Flash provides Flash file system support, class libaries and utilities for the Dallas Semiconductor TINI embedded Java computer. Currently Flash support is provided as FileSystemDriver class (integrtable into SLUSH) and as command line utilities.
Maiden-core is a Linux kernel robotics API module, extensible in Erc. The Maiden Project also documents and develops the Maiden architecture for mobile robots, a set of (optional) designs and standards for robots using the Maiden-core API.
The SirBot Project provides an easy way to build, program, control, and monitor amateur robots.
Yet Another Useless Library! Yaul is a very unique open source Sega Saturn high-level library that makes programming for the hardware much easier.
An easy to use package that would allow to load a native dll, link its functions to a java interface and then invoke those functions by calling the java interface methods. The package would allow definitions structs, unions, arrays, pointers and callbac
ELCO stands for Embedded Lisp COmpiler or Esdens Lisp COmpiler. The goal is to create a lisp compiler for embedded 32bit architectures. (i.e. ARM) With this compiler you are able to write lisp code on a naked chip. No OS needed.
The ff asm lib is a collection of commonly used platform independent assembler functions.
"kokos" is low-level "burning api" framework written in ANSII C and Assembly. It provides perfect base to build world-class cross-platform "burning" application.
The aim of this project is to create an extensible and multi-platform API library that allows programmers to create decryption, heuristical analysis, and similar mechanisms using C and C++. It also will provide a simple security auditing API.
Attempt to create some fast threads library for CC++ - Linux ( based fast asm routines).It's nothing realy serious for now.