Involved Projects and Packages
Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) provides a framework and services to support
system-level performance monitoring and performance management.
The PCP open source release provides a unifying abstraction for all of
the interesting performance data in a system, and allows client
applications to easily retrieve and process any subset of that data.
Install avr-example.rpm to get all required packages automatically resolved.
The open-source Arduino Software (IDE) makes it easy to write code and upload it to the board. This software can be used with any Arduino board.
This package is based on the package 'avrdude' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.
avrdude is a tool for avr microcontrollers and drives many hardware
in-system programmers. avrdude allows you to programm your
microcontroller through USB or parallel port of your computer.
TypeScript to WebAssembly compiler using Binaryen
Artistic Style is a source code indenter, formatter, and beautifier for the C,
C++, C# and Java programming languages. It automatically re-indents and
re-formats C / C++ / C# / Java source files. It can be used from a command
line, or it can be incorporated as classes in another C++ program.
Icmake allows the programmer to use a program language (closely
resembling the well-known C-programming language) to define the
actions involved in (complex) program maintenance. For this, icmake
offers various special operators as well as a set of support functions
that have proven to be useful in program maintenance.
SWIG is a compiler that attempts to make it easy to integrate C, C++,
or Objective-C code with scripting languages including Perl, Tcl, and
Python. In a nutshell, you give it a bunch of ANSI C/C++ declarations
and it generates an interface between C and your favorite scripting
language. However, this is only scratching the surface of what SWIG
can do--some of its more advanced features include automatic
documentation generation, module and library management, extensive
customization options, and more.
Jed is a fast, compact editor based on the slang screen library. Jed features include emulation of the Emacs, EDT, WordStar and Brief editors, support for extensive customization with slang macros, colors, keybindings, etc, and a variety of programming modes with syntax highlighting.
Collection of tools for emulating other CPUs and systems
Allegro is a cross-platform library intended for use in computer games
and other types of multimedia programming.
A wide range of extension packages and add-on modules are also available, which
can be found in the "Library Extensions" section of the Allegro website.
Needs an Apple ][ ROM in /usr/share/dapple/apple.rom to work.
EXORsim is a Linux/Cygwin program that simulates a Motorola EXORciser, which was a development system that Motorola introduced in 1975 based on their 8-bit 6800 and 6809 microprocessors. They are analogous to Intel's Intellec development system for their own microprocessors.