Drivers Template Library for WinNT/2K(ME)/XP. At this time required VCC 6.0(5.0) and DDK.
XbUnit is the Xbase++ port of the famous JUnit framework for unit testing. There is a text based (XbpCrt) and a gui based (XbpDialog) version.
An open-source web-application design prototype, currently implemented as a chat application. Described fully in book, "XML, XSLT, Java and JSP" by Westy Rockwell, published by New Riders (English) and by Galileo Press (German).
Collection of miscellany that one day hopes to have a sourceforge site of its own.
We are currently developing our embedded TCP/IP modules, industrial ethernet systems and wireless platform for system control and data acquisition. Our main development environment is Linux and GNU tools like GCC (ASM, C, C++) and Python.
IXP4xx (IXP425, 422, 421, 420) BSP for Windows CE (wince/Windows Embedded Compact) 4.2/5.0/6.0/7.0
legOS is an alternative software environment for the Lego Mindstorms Robotic Invention System. The intent is to allow developers to write C and/or C++ code for the RIS platform.
CDR/CDRwriter tools, incl. _forked_ version of cdrDAO117, incl. _forked_ version of Schilly scsi-library of cdrtools20.
mIRCd is an IRCd that you run with mIRC using Remote Script files. The goal for mIRCd is to get a reasonable amount of users to be able to connect simultaneously and to add many mIRC specific features. You must download the latest mIRC32 use this script.
Mantis Robotic project consists of an open-source sets of reusable C/C++ libraries for manipulation of diverse kinds of robots, mostly for educational purposes and hobbies.
MWCtrl is a Java application designed to control a microwave dish connected to an Opto22 Ethernet Brain. The application was written for Linux using a touch screen (optional), but also runs on Windows & Mac OSX.
It is Drivers, utils and tools for Open Hardware Project watchdog timer by www.openhardware.ru.
control unipolar stepper motors connected to a parallelport.
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer