Eclipse-based IDE for design verification tasks
DVKit provides an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) for common design-verification tasks, such as developing SystemVerilog, C++, TCL, Python, and shell code
Combinatorial Interaction Testing Laboratory
Although the research community around combinatorial interaction testing has been very active for several years, it has failed to find common solutions on some issues. First of all, there is not a common abstract nor concrete language to express combinatorial problems. Combinatorial testing generator tools are strongly decoupled making difficult their interoperability and the exchange of models and data. In this project, we propose an abstract and concrete specific language for combinatorial problems. It features and formally defines the concepts of parameters and types, constraints, seeds, and test goals. The language is defined by means of Xtext, a framework for the definition of domain-specific languages. Xtext is used to derive a powerful editor integrated with eclipse and with all the expected features of a modern editor. TO INSTALL CITLAB SEE THE DOWNLOAD IN WIKI SECTION <https://sourceforge.net/p/citlab/wiki/Download>
Dieses Projekt beinhaltet eine Digitalsteuerung auf Basis des CAN-Bus, Eclipse RCP und AVR-Mikrocontrollern.
Yet Another DPWS Stack, a WS4D JMEDS fork
YADS (Yet Another DPWS Stack) is a fork of the WS4D JMEDS webservice stack. YADS tries to integrate more standard Java SE features (type-safe template containers, concurrency, logging and modern Java language features) and high level HTTP components using non-blocking connections. YADS depends on apache HTTP components: see https://hc.apache.org