Open source flash program for STM32 using the ST serial bootloader
Open source cross platform flash program for the STM32 ARM microcontrollers using the built-in ST serial bootloader over UART or I2C
Multiplatform USB DFU host utility
dfu-util is a host side implementation of the DFU 1.0 and DFU 1.1 specifications of the USB forum. DFU is intended to download and upload firmware to/from devices connected over USB.
UFFS: Ultra-low-cost Flash File System, designed for NAND flash working in embedded system. UFFS typically consumes less then 200K ram for 1Gb(page 512)/4Gb(page 2K) NAND flash. It supports direct flash interface, works with or without OS.
W-Bus communication library
This is a small library that allows comunicating with a Webasto (tm) W-Bus capable car heating system. Runs on Personal Computers or for embedded devices (slim design). Easily portable. Includes a Heater manager, heater controller program and more. The GIT repository (CVS is deprecated) also includes a control unit application to control W-Bus capable devices, a W-Bus compatible heater unit firmware application and a heater simulator for testing purposes. Also, a serial port loop back driver for linux is included to simulate OBD II K-Line adapters.
interp is a powerful programming language, a testing platform, and a development framework. It is targeted for Linux/Unix-based systems, yet remains adaptable to less powerful embedded systems that were never intended to host a programming language.
State machine framework for reactive embedded systems
RKH is a generic, flexible, modular, highly portable, ANSI-C compliant, and open-source development tool for implementing hierarchical state machines based on modern state machine concepts. This modern techniques are used to give an abstract description of the dynamic behavior of a system in a substantial manner. The RKH not implements neither entire UML specs. nor entire Statechart specs. Instead, the RKH intention is to support just enough basic concepts of that powerful tools to facilitate the reactive-system modeling holding a solid, and efficient implementation. Broadly speaking, the RKH implementation has been designed from the ground up to be used in 8-bits platforms but can be easily adapted to 16 or 32-bits platforms.
BASIC-like language interpreter for embedded systems
Terminal-BASIC is a BASIC-like language interpreter, works on a set of single board embedded systems (i.e. famous AVR uc based boards). Terminal-BASIC: * suports real numbers, multidimensional arrays and Darthmouth BASIC-style matrix operations; * written in C++11; * has modular structure (can save uc storage, instantiating only used modules); * works through different i/o devices, using vt100 commands; * on systems with multiple i/O devices can work as simple time-sharing system; * static Linux build for playing and debug;
ONE-NET is an open-source low power wireless networking protocol.
ONE-NET is both an open standard and an implementation of a wireless network protocol. The protocol was originally intended for home automation but has many more applications where low power, secure communications are required.
Lightweight matrix lib, especially good for micro-blaze or other embedded processor which needs to do matrix operations. Supports Add, Subtract, Multiply, Transpose, and Invert (Cholesky Method). Compiles to 15kbs using -0s and is ISO C compliant.
A GUI system for embedded systems.
A small GUI system for monochrome LCDs suitable for embedded systems with very limited system resources (like 8 bit microcontrollers). Comes with a graphical editor for creating a menu. Runs on Linux and Windows ( cygwin is recommend for using all features).
The C-Bus Module is used to provide a C-code API between a Clipsal C-Bus PCI interface, and an application program. Application programs can be on small embedded micros with no OS and only a few K of RAM, thru to Windows & Linux.
The CyaSSL embedded SSL library (Now known as wolfSSL) is a lightweight, portable, C-language-based SSL/TLS library targeted at IoT, embedded, and RTOS environments primarily because of its size, speed, and feature set. It works seamlessly in desktop, enterprise, and cloud environments as well. wolfSSL supports industry standards up to the current TLS 1.2 and DTLS 1.2, is up to 20 times smaller than OpenSSL, offers a simple API, an OpenSSL compatibility layer, OCSP and CRL support, is backed by the robust wolfCrypt cryptography library, and much more. wolfSSL relies on the soon-to-be FIPS 140-2 validated wolfCrypt library for all cryptographic functionality. Visit http://wolfssl.com/wolfSSL/fips.html for more info!
ext2/3/4 library for microcontrollers
Code is also available on github: https://github.com/gkostka/lwext4 Feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Este projeto na verdade é uma cópia do QDK da Quantum Leaps, que pode ser encontrado no site: http://www.state-machine.com/tms320/index.php Aqui estão contidas algumas adaptações, melhorias e correções de bugs no que é chamado de kit de portabilidade para usar o DSP da Texas Instruments TMS320C55x com o framework QP/C.
Unified desktop and embedded Serial port API
A simple API, written in C, for accessing the Serial ports in a consistent way across Multiple desktop and embedded platforms. This has allowed programs for embedded devices to be mainly developed on the desktop, where test and debug is much easier. It can also be used to write serial port programs that are portable across different desktop platforms.
FW and HW design for a 7-key chording keyboard
Spaceman Spiff's Chording Keyboard Experiment (or SpiffChorder for short) is an experimental platform for creating a USB chording keyboard. A chording keyboard or Chorded keyboard is an input device where characters can be typed by pressing multiple keys at the same time. A popular design is the 7-key chorder, where one key is used for each of the index finger, middle finger, ring finger and pinky, and 3 keys for the thumb. This can be used with either the left or right hand (or a chorder can be used for each hand, effectively doubling the typing speed). SpiffChorder hardware is based on Atmel AVR ATmega168, using Objective Development's V-USB (a software-only implementation of a low-speed USB device).
The embedded Buffer Pool Manager (eBPM) supports the creation of pools of fixed buffer sizes. The user may allocate a buffer from the pool and queue to any other pool. A freed buffer is returned to its original pool.
The wolfSSL embedded SSL library (formerly CyaSSL) is a lightweight, portable, C-language-based SSL/TLS library targeted at IoT, embedded, and RTOS environments primarily because of its size, speed, and feature set. It works seamlessly in desktop, enterprise, and cloud environments as well. wolfSSL supports industry standards up to the current TLS 1.2 and DTLS 1.2, is up to 20 times smaller than OpenSSL, offers a simple API, an OpenSSL compatibility layer, OCSP and CRL support, is backed by the robust wolfCrypt cryptography library, and much more. wolfSSL relies on the FIPS 140-2 validated wolfCrypt library for all cryptographic functionality. Visit http://wolfssl.com/wolfSSL/fips.html for more info!
This is a Dynamic C port of the BACnet stack at http://sourceforge.net/projects/bacnet. This BACnet library provides a BACnet application layer, network layer and MAC layer communications services for systems based on the Rabbit family of processor.