cloc (Count Lines Of Code) counts, and computes differences of, comment lines, blank lines, and physical lines of source code in many programming languages. cloc is now being developed at https://github.com/AlDanial/cloc
ROBODoc is a documentation tool. It extracts the documentation from your source code and formats it in HTML, RTF, TeX, XML DocBook (PDF), or ASCII. Works with C, C++, Fortran, Perl, Scripts, Assembler, Tcl, Basic, and any language that supports remarks.
Commentary is intended to be an easy-to-use, easy-to-expand comment extractor that can be made to work with any language supporting block comments. Output is XML, so your final documentation can conform to any stylistic standards you require.
Doxygen filters for these programming languages: R from GNU, q from kx.com, MatLab from MathWorks. These programs are implemented in C++ using Flex++. They provide full inline sources not just function definitions.
EDoC++ is both a lint-like tool and a documentation tool that specialises in analysing and documenting the use of exceptions in C++ code.
TEdit is a simple Text Editor who saves and openes .txt Files.
TEdit is a simple Text Editor who saves and openes .txt Files. At the moment the programm is in pre-apha phase. I would greatly appreciate help with the development.
WebGoo is the Internet browser was working from 1999 and was named as the first Net-M@X been changed its name to WebGoo and program development program has been programmed to open more than one location and shake the idea was basically add additional
A tool to generate state machine graphs based on specially formatted comments in C and C++ code. The generated output is a Graphviz dot input file.
Tutorial de como utilizar SDCC con el PIC18F4550. Incluir ejemplos de funciones particulares: adc, spi, i2c, usart, usb, atención a interrupciones etc.