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XODO Um compilador para uma linguagem estilo portugol com propósitos puramente acadêmicos, ou seja, para que qualquer interessado possa estudar seu código, alterar, aprimorar, etc. Sintam-se livres para usar o software como entederem. O autor não se responsabiliza por qualquer dano causado pelo software.
High-level, meta-language, trans-compiler with virutal machine
This is simply a kernel written in C and assembly targeted to rebuild the majority of software, libraries and tools to create a stand alone software solution.
operatating system kernel in C
Alternative tool for assembly developing
tiny DOS tool that computes BSD checksums of files
cMIPS - an FPGA ready VHDL model for 5-stage pipeline, MIPS32r2 core
Low-cost, ISO 14443 compliant emulator for contactless smartcards
ChaoOS is the concept of a grid operating system. In a cluster, resources are administrated and shared via network. Based on Linuxcore, an uniformed process and resource management distributes nearly every process according free and appropriate resources
Choose-OS (chos), is a modular and configurable boot loader for Linux/x86 - a program that is loaded by the BIOS before any operating systems. This program then lets you choose the operating system to boot and possibly enter parameters to it
Customize Kernel 64-Bit Operating System
Colonel intends to be a simplistic microkernel offering capability protected ipc. It's main purpose is of educational nature, it is _not_ meant to be used as microkernel for a "real" OS.
Chris Root Nuke Killdisk
crowOS aims not to be a big, wide-spread OS, but only a sort of hobbie-OS of mine, mainly for fun and to learn more about what is going on "under the hood". For now, it will be based on the x86-architecture, written mainly in C but also some Assembly.
This is several personal planning projects by czww.
dosvstop: dos-TSR program to prevent dos-virus being loaded into memory, could be used with free-dos,
C++ toolchain for dsPIC30
Simple Windows 32/64 installers for FFMpeg
Fossa is a runtime CUDA memory extender for Linux. With fossa, users can run CUDA applications that require more than the available amount of GPU memory. Fossa is targeted toward command line driven applications.
french version of FreeDOS (version française de FreeDOS)
(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
hufc is a utility to compress or expand files using Huffman coding. It can use a 16-bit CRC or the IP checksum for error detection.
Some utilities for simple access to the I2C (tm) bus. Originally for educational use, the Pascal units have proved very useful. There's an i2c boot loader for PIC processors too.
The "Lib45" string search library provides routines that generate fast string searching code at run-time. The library is written in Assembly language for Intel 32bit CPUs.