Embedded Operating System
EXIRION/OS is an operating system for embedded computer systems. These operating systems are designed to be compact, efficient at resource usage, and reliable, forsaking many functions that non-embedded computer operating systems provide, and which may not be used by the specialized applications they run. They are frequently also referred to as real-time operating systems, and the term RTOS is often used as a synonym for embedded operating system. EXIRION/OS project, a Open operating system for computers that can be used in specific operations that require execute a task at a time, EXIRION/OS operating system is a monolithic and mono layered task, which can be used to control complex electronic equipment without the use of instruments PLC, offering a wide range of electronic and industrial applications, EXIRION/OS is also an educational tool, it is an open source operating system to use it as an example of building operating systems in universities and technical colleges.
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.
Industrial embedded Linux for Raspberry Pi
Nard is a software development kit (SDK) written from scratch for the Raspberry Pi family of boards. Unlike Raspbian, which primarily is for desktop use, Nard focus on embedded systems running day and night for years. It has many features requested by industrial users.
1664 macro assembler, simulator, console debugger, interpreter (host system calls.)
Caracal is an IA32 operating system which, once stable, will be used to create tutorials and therefore teach others the basics of writing system software for IA32 processors.
Utilities that enable software development for the Casio fx-9860G calculator.
A new 64-bit RISC platform, complemented by a set of development tools, standards specifications and synthesizable VHDL implementations.
B/W Game Boy wizard, to create, manage and launch ASM programs for GB.
GBeasy is a very beginning project aimed to the B/W Game Boy developers. GBeasy lets you create generic projects in assembly language, manage them (not yet implemented), and translate them to fit in a Game Boy cartridge.
Documentation and software tools for the Knuth MMIX instruction set architecture
Knuth NNIX operating system kernel
The Apollo Project is an early Pre-Alpha of a Kernel experiment run by Primis Computers.
(Note: this page is basically abandoned, but the compiler and library are still in development, see http://www.vr32.de/ for details.) gccVB is a GCC-based tool-chain targeting the custom NEC v810 variant used in Nintendo©'s Virtual Boy™ game syst
M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler
The M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler is a command-line tool that lets you enter known starting vectors for a given code image for the 6811 micro. It will disassemble the code and follow through branches to assist in the separation of code and data. Its companion Fuzzy Function Analyzer uses DNA Sequence Alignment Algorithms to locate similar code in multiple binaries, facilitating reverse-engineering. Originally written to analyze code from GM automotive engine controllers, but is useful anywhere a 6811 micro is being used. Version 1.0 was written in Borland Pascal in April 1996, and updated to v1.2 in June 1999. It was later rewritten to C++ in July 1999 through Jan 2000. While it's been freely available since its creation, it's being released here as an open-source project so the world can better use it as it sees fit. Version 2.0 is completely reworked in 2014 to compile and run with GCC and STL to make it fully portable and accessible to all computer platforms.
Knuth MMIX virtual machine for x86
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