A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
MinGW: A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), with freely distributable import libraries and header files for building native Windows applications; includes extensions to the MSVC runtime to support C99 functionality. All of MinGW's software will execute on the 64bit Windows platforms.
GCC for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows with a real installer & updater
The most recent stable releases from the GCC compiler project, for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, cleverly disguised with a real installer & updater.
Unix Tools For Windows
CodeBlocks With A full development environment. Took a while but CodeBlocks is now upto speed and in sync with the current release version. New version of CodeBlocks supports XML based configuration, so users can do specialized compiler support if needed. Changed away from the old Msys in favor of Msys2 which has better support for a lot of things like miktex. Old package is still there if you still need it but wont be developed on anymore. Loads of modifications compared to the Msys2 package from Alex, you can still update Msys2 packages from his server though. MinGW64 packages have to many changes compared to Alex version so those will not upgrade but im working on creating my own package server. Current Msys2/MinGW64 gcc is now 6.2.0-4 and binutils 2.27. New packages will be uploaded shortly. Stay tuned for more changes.
Collection of embedded softwares to control a telescope mount.
EQ Track purpose is to provide amateur telescope makers (ATM) with electronic board schematics and embedded software to control their telescope mount via stepping motors. EQ Track comes in different "flavors" : - "Basic" controls the right ascension and declination motors of an equatorial mount. - "Go To" controls the motors of a mount in any orientation (ie. equatorial, altazimuth, alt-alt), to point and track equatorial coordinates.
Online game and portal engine.
Open source version of the jsonb engine.
Supports writing Ada software for Cortex-M3, M4F boards
DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED TO GITHUB, at https://github.com/simonjwright/cortex-gnat-rts This project contains various GNAT Ada Run Time Systems (RTSs) targeted at Cortex boards: so far, the Arduino Due (http://www.arduino.org) and the STM32F4-series evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics (http://www.st.com). It is intended that releases will allow the development of proprietary software (by the use of the GCC Runtime Library exception for project-developed code, and by only using manufacturer’s software where the same permission applies).