Frontend (GUI) for Mednafen multi emulator
MedGui is obsolete and don't support new Mednafen version. To play with last Mednafen you must download MedGui Reborn. Download Last Mednafen version at: http://forum.fobby.net/index.php?t=thread&frm_id=19& Download MedGui Reborn at: http://forum.fobby.net/index.php?t=msg&th=924&start=0&
A web based event calendar that does not require a database server. It is made to be easy to install and to be able to run on just about any typical ISP's server with PHP installed.
HX DOS extender
I'm preserving Japheth's MS-DOS extender. It features 16bit, and 32bit capabilities with the ability to run 16bit OS/2 program, and 32bit Win32 code on Vanilla MS-DOS.
SWIM protocol for flash programming of STM8 processors
Library for programming flash memory of STM8S105 using STM32F100. You may use this abandoned project as an inspiration.
Appscript is a high level, user-friendly Apple event bridge that allows you to control scriptable Mac OS X applications from Python, Ruby and Objective-C. Appscript makes these languages a serious alternative to AppleScript for automating your Mac.
A port of Sky3DS Diskwriter for Mac OS X and Linux
Sky3DS is a Nintendo 3DS linker, a special game pak with a MicroSD card slot. So, on that MicroSD card, you can put in 3DS games backup files (only in .3ds format.) That linker makes for Nintendo 3DS casual developers possible to test the software they have created. Note: This project is discontinued, please fork me :)
Mariko's GCC for the x68000
I've re-built Mariko's GCC 1.40 as a Win32 hosted compiler. It still relies on the x68000 HAS & HLK linkers along with the SHARP/Hudson includes & libraries
2nd version of the Pascal-P compiler
This was the 2nd version of the Pascal-P compiler created by Niklaus Wirth's group at ETH Zurich, termed Pascal-P2. This was the original portable compiler for Pascal. Niklaus Wirth led an effort to gather and reconcile the different sources for the Pascal-P compiler in existence, which were collectively referred to as Pascal-P1.These were then published as part of a porting kit for the compiler. Pascal-P2 is a "Running history project". It is a historical record, but still runs on modern computers. Pascal-P2 exists mainly for historical reference. It was improved at ETH Zurich to become Pascal-P4, and brought to full ISO 7185 standard status as Pascal-P5. You can find all of the Pascal-P versions here in sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-s/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p2/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp4/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalp5/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascal-p6/