BitBurner AVR Programmer, a full and complete AVRdude GUI for Windows.
BitBurner AVR Programmer is a graphical front end for the command line program AVRdude. It is used to transfer programs and data to the Atmel AVR family of microcontrollers. BitBurner is an attempt at a single AVRdude GUI programming solution for AVR developers and experimenters by providing comprehensive device support over a broad range of programming hardware. BitBurner supports all devices, memory spaces and programming hardware protocols provided by the latest version of AVRdude, including support for XMEGA devices. BitBurner hosts a full-function hex editor capable of direct transfers to and from all memory spaces of all devices. BitBurner contains a complete fuse and lock calculator with an extensive database describing all AVRdude's supported devices and more. BitBurner has innovative automation functions intended to simplify and accelerate the build process. By monitoring project output files BitBurner can trigger programming actions without direct interaction.
This project tries to port the Contiki Operation System to the sensor-nodes of the TUB MDT institute. It also tries to implent a time-synchronization-algorithm
Software relating to the Bifferboard embedded Linux controller (http://www.bifferos.com).
A system for programming LPC, STM32 and possible others devices.
This project provides three different interfaces for programming embedded chips: a GObject based library (for developers), an executable binary (for computer geeks) and a GTK+3 front-end (for less geeky users). Actually NXP LPC and STM32 based chips are supported.
Arduino lx200 based computerized telescope
Arduino al/az mount controller based on lx200 protocol.
Software Framework for Programming Intelligent LEGO NXT Robots in C
qRobot is an adaptation of the QP/C active object (actor) framework for programming intelligent robots, such as the LEGO Mindstorms NXT, in standard ANSI C. The behavior of the robot is specified in qRobot by means of event-driven active objects (actors), which are hierarchical state machines that communicate with one another asynchronously by exchanging events. Active objects are closely related to the concept of agents used in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The qRobot framework supports manual coding of hierarchical state machines (UML statecharts) in C as well as fully *automatic* code generation by means of the free graphical QM modeling tool. The qRobot project for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT provides replacement firmware for the NXT brick, the complete tooset for building C and C++ programs from a Windows PC, and an extensible set of drivers for the sensors and actuators for the NXT brick.
The Kaiinu project aims to create a new kind of dog : an electronic dog !!!
This project is a modification of the project started by Derek Wight (found here https://sourceforge.net/projects/barebonespic/). "A bare-bones PIC programmer. This low-voltage programmer runs from the serial port of a Windows PC using a handful of inexpensive components." Notable changes here: 19-Oct-2016 - The clock is inverted and pulled low during blank events before/after programming. - The RichTextBox control has been replaced by an edit control. (RTB is considered unsafe and was being blocked by newer Windows installations). - The .exe is a release copy, no debug info hanging around. - The COM ports get selected properly. 20-Oct-2016 - Changed EditBox to Read-Only - Changed font and font size - Added vertical scroll bar
Debian for WDTV Live (running WDLXTV) - Inc. Build Essentials
Back in 2010, b-rad released Debian Squeeze (MIPSEL) for a WDLXTV hacked WDTV: http://forum.wdlxtv.com/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=494&start=0 I've placed a copy on SourceForge with the script to chroot the image on a hacked WDTV Live (WDLXTV). Since then, Squeeze is no longer supported, so Debian moved the source repo's. The original "/etc/apt/sources.list" file needs to be changed: deb http://archive.debian.org/debian-archive/debian/ squeeze main contrib non-free deb-src http://archive.debian.org/debian-archive/debian/ squeeze main contrib non-free You can then install Squeeze packages: eg: apt-get update apt-get install debian-archive-keyring apt-get install build-essential Which gives you a basic GCC environment. I applied the above on the original squeeze image, which may make it easier to get a working system, or, just make your own: The original Debian image is also here: http://files.wdlxtv.de/debian-squeeze.img.tgz
Jari OS is a real-time microkernel operating system which runs in terms of multi-service architecture. Core system consists of its own microkernel μString, core and system services, set of device drivers launched as trusted services.
- 임베디드 DBMS인 openML - 서버 DB와 임베디드 DB의 동기화를 해주는 솔루션인 openMSync
a set of program like OS ,bootloader,drivers to run on arm board.
Real time microkernel
μString microkernel is the part of Jari OS project. It's a preemptible, real-time microkernel that used in Jari OS platform.
a linux based readonly image as appliance
Visit also: https://github.com/Anthilla/AnthillaOS For more updated Informations. Usable as test/dev exercise for appliances An x86 64bit gentoo image customized for readonly usage as appliances, fully functional and complete of more than 1000 pkg based on a gentoo+systemd distro. Hypervisor (kvm or xen) Storage (ZFS and Gluster) Container (Docker) Networking (iproute2, nftable, OpenVSwitch, Bird) Antd (http://www.anthilla.com/en/software/antd/ ) web based management all open source components from other projects are released under respective licenses, all parts, files,subprojects developed as part or this project are released under the BSD 3 clause license.
C-Library for microcontrollers to control SED1531 based LCD's
The GLCD SED1531 Library provides functions to draw pixels, lines, filled- and open rectangles and text for micro-controllers such as the Atmel 8-bit AVR series for (very cheap!) SED1531 controller based graphical LCD's. The library is written with portability to other micro-controllers and compilers in mind; all target specific parts are stored in a separated header file . The included example is for the Atmel ATtiny2313 and AVR-GCC. It is expected that other targets can be supported with minimal effort. A demo of this library can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQqIEX8LDhk
Synthesizing embedded control software from formal specifications
autoCode4 is an engine that synthesizes controllers from formal specifications described under a subset of linear temporal logic (LTL). Importantly, it synthesizes synchronous dataflow controllers (in Lustre or in Ptolemy II form) and maintains requirement-to-code traceability. Such feature is mandated in developing safety-critical systems and are considered essential for specification validation or integrating manual implementation such as legacy code. The LTL specification captures the desired behavior of a controller where the environment takes the first move (i.e., sense/input then react/output), so the synthesized controller can be viewed as a Mealy machine. A step-by-step tutorial is available within the software package.
An Open-Source Library for Low-Power Approximate Computing Modules
The “lpACLib” library contains the VHDL description of accurate and approximate versions of several arithmetic modules (like adders and multiplier of different bit-widths) and accelerators. Moreover, it also provides the corresponding software behavioral models/implementations developed in C and MATLAB to enable quality characterization. Besides our novel designs, it also contains implementations for several state-of-the-art arithmetic modules and their approximate versions. This open-source library facilitates research and development in approximate computing at higher abstraction levels, and to facilitate reproducible research and comparisons. In case of usage, please refer to our publication: Muhammad Shafique, Rehan Hafiz, Semeen Rehman, Walaa El-Harouni, Jörg Henkel, "Cross-Layer Approximate Computing: From Logic to Architectures", Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2016. Contributors: Authors, Vanshika Baoni, M. Abdullah Hanif http://ces.itec.kit.edu/lpACLib.php
MGSyn - Automatic Synthesis for Industrial Automation
MGSyn (Model, Game, Synthesis) is an open-source tool which integrates game-based synthesis into model-driven development for industrial control and automation. It is served for research and educational purposes. MGSyn has been originally developed by Department of Informatics (Unit 6), TU München and fortiss GmbH and is now maintained by fortiss GmbH. The software is released under the GNU General Public License Version 3.0 (GPLv3). Please download the tutorial for step-by-step instructions on installing and using the tool. It is advised to use 32-bit version (Eclipse) associated in the "MGSyn supplementary files", as the 64-bit version will by default demand huge memory, which may lead to Java exceptions.
Quantum Leaps (QPC) DPP example with LWIP on STM3220G eval board
This is a port of the Dining Philosopher Problem (DPP) using the Quantum Leaps (http://state-machine.com) hierarchical state machine framework with the Light Weight IP (LwIP) network stack (http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lwip) and an ethernet driver implemented on the STM3220G-eval board (http://www.st.com/internet/evalboard/product/250374.jsp) running on stm32f207 Arm Cortex M3 uProcessor. The project is eclipse based and uses Code Sourcery cross compiler. See http://www.stf12.org/developers/CORTEX_STM32F2xx_Template.html for setup. For debugger and flashing, the ST-Link V/2 was used.
Log and Play Retro Controller Inputs
Input Control is a project to allow users to create and play back logs of their play sessions on retro game consoles that use serial communication controllers. Only SNES is supported in the current version, but future updates can be expanded to most types of consoles. Firmware and some code originally based on jaburn's NintendoSpy project, but it has changed a lot for consistency and otherwise.
EJDB - Embedded JSON Database engine
EJDB is an embedded JSON database engine. It aims to be a fast MongoDB-like NoSQL library that can be embedded into C/C++ applications. It features collection-level write locking, collection level transactions, string token matching queries, and a Node.js binding.
Implementation of LZW compression algorithm in C
Simple, fast implementation of LZW (Lempel–Ziv–Welch) data compression algorithm in C. - Console encoder/decoder tools - OS independent - Could be used in embedded projects - Works with raw code-stream LZW features: - Hardcoded dictionary size - Variable code size - Code search is performed by hash table and embedded in dictionary linked lists (encoder) - No dynamic memory allocation
The ultimate goal is to build a small operating system that works on the Sony PSP. Most likely based on some version of uclinux. Before works begin we might have to build an emulator,research the PSP hardware.
Tiny operating system for running HCFSM-based systems
qtOS is an operating system for running systems of finite-state machines. The system kernel is a task scheduler that runs processes' transitions at every cycle. Each task is activated either to be run in parallel (fork) with other active processes in the system or subordinated to the caller task, thus blocking it and creating a hierarchy of tasks. Execution of processes can be preemptive or non-preemptive and, among those with the same priority, a round-robin turn is performed. This operating system can be used to illustrate these concepts and can also be used to suport the execution of some embedded systems.