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console-mode visual binary diff66 weekly downloads
ZX Spectrum emulator21 weekly downloads
BASIC interpreter for the standard (SUS) character screen handling library, which fully corresponds to the Tiny BASIC standard. The code is thread-safe and can be embedded into other code. Can be used as a game or a minimalist challenge.19 weekly downloads
port of the picoTCP stack for DOS14 weekly downloads
a network-enabled package manager for FreeDOS12 weekly downloads
Text-based game for Mature audiences10 weekly downloads
DOS-C Kernel is an MS-DOS compatible kernel and the original FreeDOS kernel.9 weekly downloads
Ms-Dos port with slopes 3d floors true3d demo compatibility fast speed6 weekly downloads
The aim of this project is for a stand alone home automation control system which consists of hardware (main and remote networked controllers) and software to monitor and control various devices around your house including X10 (plus others).3 weekly downloads
Extended C Library2 weekly downloads
Slick Linux by Cellocity Based on Fedora Core 6. Using the Kernel 2.6.18. with only basic core elements needed to operate. Slick is just that it's slick because it's striped down. It will have full compiling and running features. It will come with YUM.
SuperStarTrek.ORG is the youngest daughter of the classic SUPER STARTREK game, ready to use on modern OSes. The game is written in C. Read more: http://www.superstartrek.org/
CkTool Windows - The solution for hassles of your system.
A set of bindings (for C, C++, Pascal and Object Pascal) for the GEM desktop environment on MS-DOS, Atari TOS and Linux (GEMIX) as well as an application framework for C++ and Object Pascal optimized for developing GEM desktop applications.
This project aims to provide a full implementation of the GEM VDI & AES API's on a truly multi-tasking, network aware system (Linux Kernel) with the appropriate modifications to support the advanced functionality of the underlying OS.