The FNET is a free, open source, dual TCP/IPv4 and IPv6 Stack (under Apache Version 2.0 license) for building embedded communication software on 32bit MCUs.
A crossplatform music editor for creating Commodore 64 music. Uses reSID library by Dag Lem and supports alternatively HardSID & CatWeasel devices. Note: for bug reports and feature requests, email email@example.com directly.
The goal of the project is now to develop a user library called libpfm4 to help setup performance events for use with the perf_events Linux kernel interface. The development of the perfmon kernel subsystem, libpfm and pfmon has now stopped.
Open Source SW/HW Project for Embedded Ethernet Applications. Works with AVR ATmega256/128/103, AVR32, SAM7X, SAM7S(E), SAM9, AT91X40, GameBoy Advance, Cortex M3 / M4 (STM32, NXP LPC, LM3S), Freescale Coldfire, RTL8019AS, LAN91C111, CS8900 and DM9000E chips. Offers a tiny TCP/IP stack including HTTP, FTP and DHCP.
Mednafen is a portable, utilizing OpenGL and SDL, argument(command-line)-driven multi-system emulator.
Releases of McuOnEclipse projects
Processor Expert components and Eclipse examples and plugins.
This project maintains the Linux Console tools, which include utilities to test and configure joysticks, connect legacy devices to the kernel's input subsystem (providing support for serial mice, touchscreens etc.), and test the input event layer.
Serial Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI, 8051 microcontrolers
What is it? It's a Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI and 8051 devices. A Bootloader is a firmware running in the microcontroler device which allows the user to send it's own firmware without the need of a programmer. This Bootloader consists of: - firmwares for many devices (this firmware need to be send to the device's flash memory with a programmer, only once) - a PC software which communicates with the bootloader firmware in the device and send the user's program in its memory Where does it come from? This Bootloader is based on "Tiny PIC Bootloader" made by Claudiu Chiculita. A special THANK to him!!! What can it do? It can program: - Microchip PIC10/12/16/18/24/32/dsPIC30/33 - Atmel ATtiny, ATmega - TI MPS430 - NXP ARM Cortex-M0+ - Silicon Labs C8051 And this: - with light modifications to the Bootloader firmware for new devices - without modifying your source code or using a special linker script - via GUI or command line prog - with automatic Reset
C compiler and dev kit for the z80 with assembly language libraries.
Z88DK is a complete Z80 / Z180 development kit that includes C compiler, assembler, linker, a tool for generating executables in a number of formats, and miscellaneous other tools. Over 50 machines are directly supported out of the box including standalone Z80 and Z180 embedded systems. Z88DK's extensive assembly language libraries give it significant performance advantages over other Z80 C Compilers. Building software for standalone or generic Z80 systems: https://www.z88dk.org/wiki/doku.php?id=libnew:target_embedded Visit us at github for the current version with bugfixes and new features: https://github.com/z88dk/z88dk
Acorn Archimedes hardware emulator for Unix, Windows, Mac OS X, RISC OS, etc.
BitVisor is a tiny hypervisor initially designed for mediating I/O access from a single guest OS. Its implementation is mature enough to run Windows and Linux, and can be used as a generic platform for various research and development projects.
ASAP (Another Slight Atari Player) plays and converts 8-bit Atari music (*.sap, *.cmc, *.mpt, *.rmt, *.tmc, ...) on modern computers and mobile devices.
Transfer programs from PC to 8-bit Atari using just a data recorder
TURGEN SYSTEM is a versatile utility that allows you to create your own tapes with software for Atari 8-bit computers and transfer data from your PC or Mac to your Atari 8-bit computer using just a data recorder and a cassette adapter. Turgen System also offers extra functions for everyone who still use data recorders. These functions include turbo decoder, tape image extractor, and batch processing. Turgen System also provides a set of binary loaders for simple transfer of binary files. Suppored Turbo Systems include Turbo 2000, Turbo 2000 - kilobyte blocks, Super Turbo, B-TAPE (and compatible TURBO TAPE), KSO Turbo 2000, Turbo Blizzard, Turbo ROM, Atari Super Turbo, Unerring Master, Hard Turbo, Lower Silesian Turbo 2000, Rambit Turbo Tape (UK), Turbo 6000 (GDR), Omicron Turbo.
BASIC Compiler and Interpreter
John's Mutant contains several projects. The current project is a Minimal BASIC compiler for Linux systems using AMD64 compatible CPUs. You can download the MinimalBASIC compiler source in the Files section.
Software development for 4Mb portable, using Z80 CPU and AA batteries
This project is for the portable computer "Cambridge Z88", produced by Sir Clive Sinclair (of ZX Spectrum fame). We continue to support software development (ROM, 3rd party apps on memory cards and desktop applications). We have moved to https://cambridgez88.jira.com/wiki (development, source code and documentation). However, we continue to publish files for download here.
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.
an object-oriented language with late binding
ELENA is a general-purpose, pure object-oriented language with late binding. It promotes more object-oriented program design, reusable and more standardized code. The package includes compiler, IDE, ELENA libraries and samples
A Win32 NES emulator written in C++ with inline assembly optimizations. Emphasis is on precision rather than speed. Uses DLL plugins for 'mappers' (supports .NES/.UNIF/.FDS/.NSF). Latest builds can be found at home page.
C-BIOS is an open source BIOS for MSX computers.
C-BIOS is an open source BIOS for MSX computers. C-BIOS can be shipped with MSX emulators so they are usable out-of-the-box. This project aims to improve C-BIOS by fixing incompatibilities with the MSX BIOS and the development of a Disk ROM.
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.
OS-9/6809 compatible operating system for Tandy CoCo and Dragon
The NitrOS-9 Project provides an OS-9/6809 compatible operating system for the Tandy/TRS-80 Color Computer and Dragon home computer.
A 448-bit Edwards curve
This is an implementation of elliptic curve cryptography using the Montgomery and Edwards curves Curve25519, Ed25519, Ed448-Goldilocks and Curve448, using the Decaf / Ristretto encoding.
Microcontroller based PC Oscilloscope
PPMScope is a do-it-yourself oscilloscope with an open source design. The intent is that the project can be constructed by an electronics hobbiest using the instructions included. The design is a compromise between features and cost. The bandwidth is lower than a commercial scope, so it's use is limited to signals of 500 kHz and below. It's sample buffer is also smaller than a commercial scope, however sufficient for most oscilloscope functions. This is a version based on the PIC16F877A microcontroller running with a 20MHz clock. The maximum sampling rate is 1 MHz with a 5 Mhz equivalent sampling mode. Currently, the computer interface supports USB, serial, and parallel ports. Good luck on the construction and I hope you enjoy your oscilloscope. I am happy to answer any questions or provide technical support for this design.
This is a port of the ebe programming environment to QT.
The ebe programming environment is a nice IDE designed for developing Assembly programs. It also handles C and C++ programs as well since there was not much extra effort. It used to support Fortran and this could return if people want Fortran. This project is an effort to recode ebe using C++ and QT. Originally ebe was coded using Python, Tkinter and Pmw, which worked out pretty well. The QT environment offers substantially better GUI controls. The most obvious difference is that Python ebe has a lot of separate windows, while the QT ebe will use 1 main window and a collection of dockable subwindows. This will make it easier to use.
amforth is an extendible interpreter on microcontrollers
amforth is an extendable command interpreter running on AVR ATmega and TI MSP430 microcontrollers. Turnkey actions for fully autonomous operations are possible as well. The command language is close to the Forth 2012 standard.