AOSP-based Operating System (On phone tap on "Try to download anyway")
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.
Educational Linux Distribution
Main goals: * Prepare operating system based on Linux kernel and free software for use at home from scratch by building sources. Binary packages/images are also available. * Each package is installed in separate directory, so you can use different versions of applications and libraries by design. * There is only one user 'kanapi' with root permissions, so you don't have to login, remember passwords, etc. * Simple configuration * Automatic compilation.
RAQUEL : "Relational Algebra Query, Update and Executive Language"
The project has 2 related sets of aims. As a language, RAQUEL is to : 1. be a pure relational language (unlike SQL) as defined by Date & Darwen's "The Third Manifesto"; 2. incorporate a generalised extension of the ANSI-SPARC 3-layer DB architecture; 3. have the maximum ratio of functionality to conceptual complexity (as defined by Fred Brooks). As a DBMS, RAQUEL is to : 1. have an Open Architecture, enabling a variety of DBMS configurations of 'black box' code, each installation optimised for a certain kind of DB; 2. have a range of core black boxes to provide general DBMS functionality, & a range of plug-in black boxes to support different physical storage mechanisms & scalar data types; 3. employ code designed with a mixture of functional, OO & other methods so as to minimise internal DBMS state complexity. The project links to a Northumbria University website where the vision, specification & design of RAQUEL have been published.
A free C, C++ and Fortran IDE
Code::Blocks is a free, open-source, cross-platform C, C++ and Fortran IDE built to meet the most demanding needs of its users. It is designed to be very extensible and fully configurable. Finally, an IDE with all the features you need, having a consistent look, feel and operation across platforms. Built around a plugin framework, Code::Blocks can be extended with plugins. Any kind of functionality can be added by installing/coding a plugin. For instance, compiling and debugging functionality is already provided by plugins! We hope you enjoy using Code::Blocks! The Code::Blocks Team
Open-source access to Vernier LabPro devices
liblabpro is a cross-platform C library for controlling and collecting data from Vernier LabPro devices. It is currently in an early work-in-progress stage and is not affiliated with Vernier in any way.
A free COBOL compiler
GnuCOBOL (formerly OpenCOBOL) is a free COBOL compiler. cobc translates COBOL source to executable using intermediate C, designated C compiler and linker. OpenCOBOL 1.1 became GNU Cobol 1.1 in 2013. GnuCOBOL 2.2 is the latest, version 3.0 is on its way. A programmer's guide, by Gary Cutler and Vincent Coen, is indexed at https://open-cobol.sourceforge.io together with more documentation. OpenCOBOL was written by Keisuke Nishida and Roger While, from 2001 to 2012. GnuCOBOL is also authored by Simon Sobisch, Ron Norman, Edward Hart, Sergey Kashyrin, Dave Pitts and Brian Tiffin. Others listed in the AUTHORS and THANKS files. Copyright 2001-2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the FSF; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version. The libcob run time support source tree is licensed LGPL.
Relational Database Management System
A relational database management system, based on the principles laid down in the book "Databases, Types, and The Relational Model: The Third Manifesto" by C. J. Date and Hugh Darwen.
x64 build of GCC for Windows
x64 C/C++ compiler for Windows using: - gmp - mpfr - mpc - isl - cloog - mingw-w64 - gcc - seh You need at least core2 command set support to run this application.
Programmed Dialogue with Interactive Programs
pdip stands for Programmed Dialogue with Interactive Programs. It is a simplified version of the famous expect utility which interprets a scripting language to dialog with an interactive program as a human operator would do. The package offers also an API to pilot interactive programs from C Language programs.
Intellect Modeling Kit ~ AI intellect-based apps development suite
Intellect Modeling Kit is an alternative to traditional Artificial Intelligence, intended to build apps assisting human intellect on the steps of its activity: * Observation * Producing propositions based on knowledge * Elimination of impossible propositions * Selection and verification of the most appropriate propositions * Memorizing - converting data to information and new knowledge item creation * Abstraction finding – building artificial objects, representing group of real objects featuring typical signs of group Any human knowledge written and spoken can be uploaded to IMK in a straight way by any expert not familiar with software coding. The IMK components are designed to create ready-to-use software application using simple text files provided by people. IMK accepts human knowledge and develops new knowledge together with people. The activity of IMK could be verified by human expert on every stage. IMK assists intellectual activity, but does not replace us.
A DOS framework designed for programming games.
WDMF is a collection of C libraries designed for creating games and other multimedia applications. It has mostly been designed as a project to keep the programmer occupied over several Twitch.tv streams; however, it is hoped that it may be useful to others as it is updated.
GPL source and toolchain for ASUSTOR NAS
A smart script system for integrated into C/C++ project easily
FBL,short of "Function Based Language".The main goal is to make it more easily to debug,more stable,more comfortable for C/C++ users.
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.
Fast containers for C language
C dynamic containers are missing in the standard, so almost every single project in C uses different implementations. This library is yet another implementation of few basic containers, optimized for speed. All the containers are 32bit. This greatly improves the performance (up to ~32%) and reduces the memory consumption (up to 41%) on 64bit systems. All the containers are pre-allocating buffers to reduce number of calls to malloc(). For small chunks of data (<112 bytes), all the calls to string memxxx() functions are replaced with smaller and faster alternatives (up to 20% faster). Most of the code in this library has been extracted from my existing projects - so this lib, although fully functional and quite well tested, is more like a backup for some code snippets and templates. There's no manpage, but all the functions are well described in the header files, and examples of usage can be found in the test program sources, in the ./test directory.
Crash reporting for Windows applications and plugins
CrashRpt.CPP is a C++ library - Windows native client for Doctor Dump Crash Reporting System. It is used to implement crash reporting for Windows applications and plugins.
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, GPUs 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. From Jan 1, 2018 code development migrated on GitHub at https://github.com/fastflow/fastflow
library for handling exceptions and signals in C
The main purpose of this library is to provide uniform interface for seamless handling of signals and exceptions. This project is focused on simplicity and flexibility - it does not even try to mimic C++ exceptions system - instead, it offers only few simple functions and macros which can be easily combined with custom user code to tune the functionality for particular use cases.
CMDLINE is a command line manager API. It is a simple and light alternative to GNU readline.
Ali is a simple to use C API to parse XML data. It's scanf like approach is much easier than using SAX or DOM. A tutorial, complete reference documentation, and code examples are all available.
The SFENCE dynamic library is an interface for writing programs.
The SFENCE dynamic library is an interface for developing software. A program code which uses the SFENCE correctly is independent of platform, GUI and SFENCE extension modules (usually without SSEM module). Big part of the SFENCE functionality is based on SFENCE extension modules (SEM).
A Forth compiler with a little difference
4tH is a Forth compiler with a little difference. Instead of the standard Forth engine it features a conventional compiler. 4tH is a very small compiler that can create bytecode, C-embeddable bytecode, standalone executables, but also works fine as a scripting language. It supports about 95% of the ANS Forth CORE wordset and features conditional compilation, pipes, files, assertions, forward declarations, enumerations, structures, suspended execution, recursion, include files, etc. It comes with an RPN calculator, line editor, preprocessor, compiler, decompiler, C-source generator, a virtual machine, and a multitasking environment.
Collection of fast and optimized assembly libraries for x86-64 Linux
LinAsm is collection of very fast and SIMD optimized assembly written libraries for x86-64 Linux. It implements many common and widely used algorithms for array manipulations: searching, sorting, arithmetic and vector operations, unit conversions; fast mathematical and statistic functions; numbers and time converting algorithms; finite impulse response (FIR) digital filters; spectrum analysis algorithms, Fast Hartley transformation; CPU cache friendly functions and extremely fast abstract data types (ADT) such as hash tables b-trees, and much more. LinAsm libraries are written on FASM assembly language. They are stable and have appropriate benchmarks for many units. All libraries are well documented and grouped by their functionality. To get more information about this library, please visit the official web site: http://linasm.sourceforge.net
Library for compiling and interpreting codes with SFENCE library.
Library for compiling and interpreting codes like SACRO, SAC and SODE. Include configurable code analyzing API for codes with specific structure.
The Standart SFENCE Extension Module (SSEM).
The Standart SFENCE Extension Module (SSEM) includes basic extensions for the SFENCE dynamic library. It means extensions for reading files, working with configuration files, using TCP and UDP connections end servers and etc.