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.
Common Lisp compiler and runtime
A high performance Common Lisp compiler. In addition to standard ANSI Common Lisp, it provides an interactive environment including an a debugger, a statistical profiler, a code coverage tool, and many other extensions.
An implementation of the curses library for Windows, DOS, OS/2, X11 and SDL.
HTML Viewer Components for Delphi, Lazarus and C++Builder The HtmlViewer component set consists of the THtmlViewer, TFrameViewer, and TFrameBrowser components. All three are HTML document display components: THtmlViewer * The basic component. * THtmlViewer displays single (non-frame) documents. * It also forms the basis for the other two components. TFrameViewer * Displays both frame and single HTML documents. * TFrameViewer is oriented more for local file system use. TFrameBrowser * Also displays frame and single HTML documents. * TFrameBrower is oriented for use with local file systems and toward Internet style protocols and URL usage. * Additional code and/or components are generally required to get data from other sources than the local file system. These components Support most of the HTML 4.01 specifications with many additional popular HTML 5 enhancements. Many Cascading Style Sheet properties are also supported.
A binary waveform synthesizer based on Timewave Zero
A binary waveform synthesizer derived from and based upon Timewave Zero theory by Terence McKenna. His theory proposes that the structure of time is a complex wave with a scalar potential, and the King Wen sequence of the I Ching is the 64 hexagram code from which the waveform of time is derived; that the King Wen sequence maps the linear progression of the human states of mind, which ultimately substantiates this waveform. This theory is the basis for the well-known novelty computer program he and others had developed. This program synth was made in supercollider.
Reference implementation for the proposed SII 5194 (Bidirectional Text Editing) Israeli standard (hopefully, a Unicode standard in the future). This is a fully functional text editor with complete BiDi support.
Building a FORTH in C for practice.
C language implementation of my BIF 6809 variant of fig-FORTH. May be interesting to programmers with C background who want to understand the high-level version of the low-level of FORTH. Those requiring a fully functioning FORTH may look elsewhere. (The releases are usually out of date. Best to browse the code repository and download the latest snapshot.) (I am now mirroring the project at http://sourceforge.jp/projects/bif-c/, to make it more accessible to Japanese associates who might be interested.)