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CLISP is a portable ANSI Common Lisp implementation and development environment by Bruno Haible. Interpreter, compiler, debugger, CLOS, MOP, FFI, Unicode, sockets, CLX. UI in English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, and Danish.1,776 weekly downloads
A Virtual Machine based on a Simplified Instructional Computer (SIC). The Machine will emulate all the hardware of a SIC and will be able to run any program that is written for the SIC as described by Leland L.Beck in his book "System Software"147 weekly downloads
The GNU Prolog native compiler106 weekly downloads
A retargettable micro-controller and embedded system emulator architecture, providing common supports to emulate various types of micro-processors & devices on an x86 PC. Development of emulation for Arduino and various shields is just about to be launched in 2012.17 weekly downloads
GDI# is a kind of GDI which can be used in both linux and windows, it provides numbers of classes and libraries to share the way to develop software. In both text and graph mode, GDI# supports a serial of functions to develop graphic programmes.
This STL-like C++ library contains classes for long integer numbers processing with using of assembler functions as a backend. Lazy evaluation is also used for optimization. It also contains generic implementation of classical number-theory algorithms.
A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.