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This project is an effort to develop open source software for all old platforms, like MSX, Commodore, AMIGA, Atari, ..... and collect technical information about old platforms, keeping the "old skool" flame alive.3 weekly downloads
Drivers, firmware and cross dev tools for the Commodore 64 Retro Replay, RRNet and MMC64.2 weekly downloads
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
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This script will check out the core Joomla code from the Joomla SVN repository.
PICUBINO is an Open-Source hardware and software creative system for coded artifacts. It is the making system itself and the resulting coded object both, within the creation of its specific programming and visual assembling language.
A Interactive Network VideoGame
A portable rebuilt of the Atari 2600 console. The target is to rebuild the hardware all inside a box which will be used as it's own control. The games will be stored into a Flash memory and a menu-driven TV interface, in a BIOS, will manage the options.