Bochs is a powerful x86/amd64 hardware emulation and debugger software. Besides the CPU and instruct set extensions, it simulates common PC/AT hardware, an ISA and PCI system bus, memory, disks, video hardware, ethernet, and enough of a compatible BIOS to run DOS/Winows, Linux/BSD, Minix and other operating systems. It doesn't provide virtualization, thus runs extremely slow, but is safe to run for the host operating system.
Objeck is an open-source programming language inspired by Java and influenced by Scheme and UML. Objeck was designed to be fast, easier to use, lightweight and cross-platform.
UniSIMD provides a unified and low-level macro assembler for ARM and x86 architectures. It declares a subset of shared SIMD instructions and a common API to reduce code deduplication and variation. Currently Intel SSE2 (32-bit x86 ISA) and ARM NEON (32-bit ARMv7 ISA) are supported. 64-bit wide SIMD with longer registers and adressing will be added later. UniSIMD is a C/C++ macro collection, thus can be easily included from header files.
asm1825 is a lightweight standalone assembler for PIC microcontrollers, specifically the PIC16(L)F1825 and similar variants. It is a two pass command line based assembler producing ready to burn .hex output with support for macros, file inclusion, and arithmetic evaluation of operands. It follows the opcode definitions in the '1825 datasheet and makes no explicit attempt at full compatibility with other specific assemblers (such as mpasm), but hopefully does not break compatibility without good
Fresh is advanced IDE for assembly programming with built-in FASM compiler and visual programming features. Fresh is designed especially for middle to big assembly project and has many source exploration, searching and cross reference features. The IDE itself is written in assembly language and is self-compilable. The project also contains portable programming library FreshLib that allows writing portable assembly applications. FreshLib supports Linux, Windows and KolibriOS, but easily can be ex
HWA is a tool for programming microcontrollers in C language. It provides the programmer a small set of object-oriented generic instructions to act on the hardware so that traditional bitwise and register-oriented instructions can be replaced by instructions that describe the wanted result, making the code more readable and easier to port to new target devices. HWA is not a library. Its implementation relies on C macro-definitions and inlined functions that, thanks to the compiler's optimizer
Just-in-time compiler with support for adaptive optimisation and copying garbage collection, for a small object-oriented teaching language. Includes an assembler/debugger for executing a simplified version of x86-64 assembly. Intended to help students learn about assembly language, compilation, but especially about modern language implementation, especially with dynamic compilation techniques.
ELFIO is a header-only C++ library intended for reading and generating files in the ELF binary format