Raspberry pi + adafruit cap tft + ada fruit case +python code
Raspberry pi adafruit capacitive touch tft ada fruit case for pi ldr +capacitor for background light level dfc77 receiver for time python code based on wiringpi2, pygame
Pinguino VB IDE
Pinguino VB basic compiler envirionment for MicroChip PIC computers
Real-time frameworks/RTOS based on active objects & state machines
Real-time frameworks/RTOS for building responsive and modular real-time embedded software as systems of active objects (concurrent state machines). The QP family consists of QP/C, QP/C++, and QP-nano frameworks, which are all strictly quality controlled, superbly documented, and commercially licensable. The behavior of active objects (a.k.a. actors) is specified in QP by means of hierarchical state machines (UML statecharts). The frameworks support manual coding of UML state machines in C or C++ as well as automatic code generation by means of the free QM modeling tool. All QP frameworks can run on bare-metal MCUs, completely replacing a traditional RTOS. Ports and ready-to-use examples are provided for major embedded CPUs, such as ARM Cortex-M, ARM7/9, MSP430, as well as Arduino and mbed. QP/C and QP/C++ can also work with a traditional RTOS/OS, such as ThreadX, FreeRTOS, embOS, and uC/OS-II as well as Linux (POSIX), Windows.
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.
A realtime-schedule generator for educational purposes
RT Schedule is a realtime-schedule generator to create and present simple and idealised RT schedules from task lists. The purpose is to compute the basic properties of a task set and create a schedule using the rate monotonic (RM), earliest deadline first (EDF) and least laxity first (LLF) algorithms. The program uses simple, idealised systems, since students must be able to schedule them manually. RT Schedule computes the data and generates clear graphs for lecture notes and exams.
The event based Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for Arduino
RTuinOS, the event based Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for Arduino, is now hosted at SourceForge. In this revision, 1.0, the event concept has been generalized. Events can now be broadcasted events, semaphores or mutexes. This permits to implement all the usual inter-task communication patterns. Please refer to the user guide and the diverse code samples for details. The second technical change is a complete revision of the makefile. It has been improved in many aspects and it now supports three host operating systems; the RTuinOS samples (as well as your applications) can be built under Linux, Windows and Mac OS. RTuinOS 1.0 is distributed as setup (a ZIP archive), which contains all source files and the complete documentation, also with source files. Building the samples can be started immediately after unzipping and setting a single environment variable. Thank you for your kind interest in RTuinOS.
RoboDude is a programming tool for AVR microcontrollers. The graphical interface is easy to use, because it works with xhex-files (xml files containing ihex and srec sections, mcu information and fuse bit settings). The GUI uses the avrdude library. The binary files are included in the NiboRoboLib Package!
Various snippets of programs
This project has demonstration purposes and contains various programming fragments. Perhaps this will be useful to someone.
An open source controller for Scalextric community
Open source controller for Scalextric community. Scalextric Controller is composed by a custom hand controller, used to drive the Scalextric slots cars, and Android application used to communicate with the hand controller via Bluethoot low power (BLE). This project repository contains the PCB project, the micro embedded software, the Android App and the 3D CAD design of the cricital mechanical parts.
SmartSlog (Smart Space Ontology) is a software/application development kit (SDK or ADK) for programming Smart-M3 agents (Knowledge Processors, KPs) that consume/produce smart space content according with its high-level ontological representation. SmartSlog applies the code generation approach: given an OWL ontology description, the ontology programming library is produced. The latter provides API to access the smart space via a Smart-M3 Semantic Information Broker (SIB) and data structures and functions to represent and maintain locally in KP code all ontology classes, relations, properties, and individuals. Since 2012 the project is supported by grant KA179 of Karelia ENPI programme, http://kareliaenpi.eu/ More information about project: http://oss.fruct.org/wiki/SmartSlog Smart-M3 on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart-M3
Community-driven variant of TI's bare metal development support tools
This is the community driven variant of StarterWare(tm) 2.0.x by Texas Instruments, a collection of example source codes, headers, and basic implementations for AM335X-based hardware (like the BeagleBone Black, the PocketBeagle or the OSD335x SiP). The aim of this project is to add features and functionalities faster than TI is able to do that and to get a high-quality package for easy bare metal programming on such Sitara-based devices.
Free real-time operating system designed for Cortex-M
Free, extremely simple, amazingly tiny and very fast real-time operating system (RTOS) designed for deeply embedded applications. Target: ARM Cortex-M, STM8 families. It was inspired by the concept of a state machine. Procedure executed by the task (task state) doesn't have to be noreturn-type. It will be executed into an infinite loop. There's a dedicated function for immediate change the task state.
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;
Debugging and programming interfaces for Freescale microcontroller
USBDM BDM Interface for Freescale Microcontrollers USBDM consists of two components: Hardware interfaces for various target devices This includes interfaces ranging from very simple hardware to more complete and capable hardware. Software to support these interfaces This includes: Plugins to work with Freescale's Codewarrior software under Windows Plugins to extend the usabilty of Eclipse with USBDM and Codesourcery & ARM toolchains. This includes GDB sprites providing a complete open source development toolchain. A set of stand-alone programmer applications. These support programming of RS08, HCS08, HCS12, Coldfire and Kinetis devices. Where applicable, the software is available for Windows and Linux. Keywords: BDM, OpenSDA, Peripheral Register View, Freescale, Debugger, Programmer, ARM Cortex-M, USBDM, OSBDM, TBDML, Eclipse plugin, SVD Viewer, Register View, Kinetis, Coldfire,HCS08,HCS12,GDB,Kinetis Design Studio, Eclipse
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.
Scientific/engineering firmware repurposing HP business calculators!
This project has created scientific firmware for the HP-20b and HP-30b business calculators. The WP 34S turns either of these calculators into a powerful keystroke programmable scientific device. According to our customers, it's the most powerful and fastest RPN scientific pocket calculator ever built. The WP 34S is alive and stable since 2011. We have succeeded in satisfying the most picky users - read about their experiences on http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/forum-8.html. Find the Owner's Manual v3.2 at https://www.createspace.com/4106229 In 2014, we've updated the WP 34S to version 3.3. Our customers confirm its documentation is excellent and comprehensive (see feedback); an updated printed edition is available from https://www.createspace.com/6329314 since June 2016. We have also produced the WP 31S which is derived from the WP 34S source code. This is an entry-level scientific calculator. Its printed manual is available from https://www.createspace.com/4773370
a modern, docker-like, embedded image builder
Wharfie is a modern build system for embedded devices. The concept is very similar to "docker". Both, "docker" and "wharfie", are using a simple format to describe custom linux system configurations and rebuild those easily. Wharfie uses basically the same syntax, while it is not fully compatible. While "docker" is focusing on scalable web services, "wharfie" is focusing on embedded linux systems. With "wharfie" one can easily build a root filesystem, based on the Debian distribution from scratch. He can then configure it in an appropriate way.
A Windows tool for writing images to USB sticks or SD/CF cards
This program is designed to write a raw disk image to a removable device or backup a removable device to a raw image file. It is very useful for embedded development, namely Arm development projects (Android, Ubuntu on Arm, etc). Anyone is free to branch and modify this program. Patches are always welcome. This release is for Windows 7/8.1/10. It will should also work on Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (although not tested by the developmers). For Windows XP/Vista, please use v0.9 (in the files archive). Warning: Issues have been reported when using to write to USB Floppy drives (and occasionally other USB devices, although very rare). While this has been fixed in v1.0, it is highly recommended that before an image is written to a device, the user should do a Read to a temporary file first. If this fails, please report the failure along with your system information. Known issues: Currently, the program will crash if you are using a Ramdisk. This is being debugged.
Windows XP reimplemented on Nintendo DS
WinDS is a Reimplementation of the OS Windows(R) XP(R) on the Platform Nintendo DS. Since i started coding Apps for the NDS, my goal was to write a program, called WinDS, which does (nearly) the same as the real appy by Microsoft. In contrast to other little NDS-Operating Systems, just like Woopsi etc. you can code your own Application in Lua for WinDS: just copy the Code onto the FAT-Disk and execute it from within WinDS! This is what makes WinDS so unique. The New Beta 0.95 is out, it features - 52 Classes that are already available within Lua - 25 different types of user interface classes - 8 different predefined dialogs which makes it the perfect GUI sandbox for DS. PS: More time without update means: next update will have even more improvements, as i am still developing ;)
amforth is an extendible interpreter on microcontrollers
amforth is an extendable command interpreter running on AVR ATmega and TI MSP430 microcontrollers. Turnkey actions for fully autonomous operations are possible as well. The command language is close to the Forth 2012 standard.
Up to date Debian images for Oragepi Zero made using Armbian build toolkit.
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.
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
opkg for cmu mazda infotainment
This is only repository binary file. If you interest, visit the website https://gitlab.com/mzdonline/cmu-opkg. For developer to activate package management system on CMU. Developer can easy to build own package .Look at Makefile and opkg/*
Framework for CAN communication interfaces including code generator
comFramework presents a flexible, widely customizable CAN communication interface for embedded applications; it covers the CAN stack down to the hardware driver. Signal based application code is linked to the frame based HW abstraction layer. The interface imposes easy to fulfill requirements on the integration environment and will fit in most embedded platforms. A powerful code generator auto-codes those parts of the interface, which depend on your specific CAN network databases; particularly the unpack/pack functions for message (de)composition are generated. The high degree of flexibility results from using the template engine StringTemplate V4 by Terence Parr, see www.stringtemplate.org. The engine is fed with the parsed contents of the *.dbc files and can transform the information in nearly any kind of textual representation. Major samples demonstrate how to interface the generated CAN API with dSPACE TargetLink and MathWorks Embedded Coder to support model based APSW design.