- Atomthreads is a free, lightweight, portable, real-time scheduler for embedded systems. It is targeted at systems that need only a scheduler and the usual RTOS primitives. No file system, IP stack or device drivers are included, but developers can bolt on their own as required. Atomthreads will always be a small number of C files which are easy to port to any platforms that require threading by adding a simple architecture-specific file.
- 'authz-tools' is a set of tools to manipulate authz files (as used by mod_authz_svn). It currently contains two utilities:
authz-tool -- extracts and modifies information in a authz file from command line authz-admin -- a cgi when you have numerous repositories served with help of SVNParentPath directive (see mod_dav_svn module documentation)
- autoproject interviews the user, then creates a source package for a new program which follows the GNU programming standards. The new package uses autoconf to configure itself, and automake to create the Makefile. `make distcheck' succeeds. . The idea is that you execute autoproject just once when you start a new project. It will ask a few questions, then create a new directory and populate it with standard files, customized for the new project. . Optionally, the new package will use a command line parser generator. Currently, autoproject supports two parser generators: clig by Harald Kirsch (firstname.lastname@example.org) (see http://wsd.iitb.fhg.de/~kir/clighome/), and autogen by Bruce Korb (email@example.com) (see ftp://autogen.sourceforge.net/autoopts).
- A multiplatform portable viewer of binary files with built-in editor in binary, hexadecimal and disassembler modes. It uses native Intel syntax for disassemble. Highlight AVR/Java/Athlon64/Pentium 4/K7-Athlon disassembler, Russian codepages convertor, full preview of formats - MZ, NE, PE, NLM, coff32, elf partial - a.out, LE, LX, PharLap; code navigator and more over.
- This is a candidate for deletion: lunix.com.ar domain gone, no new site found on google Mach-tb (talk) 17:17, 26 March 2017 (EDT) Build it Fast (BIF) is a PHP Framework. It contains several classes that help you develop complex Web applications in a short amount of time. It brings the concept of the 'widget' to Web development. It features Cascade Skins and transparent session management.
- 'Byld' helps you build a GNU/Linux distribution on a single floppy disk to use as you want (net client, rescue disk...). It is not a complete distribution: it was made only to build a mini distribution on a floppy. You can use it however you want as is (follow quick installation instruction below) but its best use is to configure and build your own floppy distribution.
- bbe is a sed-like editor for binary files. bbe performs basic byte operations on blocks of input stream. bbe is command line tools developed in GNU/Linux environment.Features include:
- Non-interactive command-line tool.
- Reads input stream in arbitrary blocks, not as lines as sed.
- Input blocks can be defined as offset and length, just length, or using start and stop strings.
- Basic commands: insert, delete, change, replace and convert data.
- Commands can be given in command line or read from script-file.
- Blocks can be written either to standard output or file.
- 'binfind' searches files for a byte sequence. The pattern can be given on the command line in ASCII or hex, read from a file, or a combination of the above. It uses the Boyer-Moore algorithm and can search large files without using a lot of memory. For each occurrence of the pattern, 'binfind' prints a line containing the offset of the occurrence in the searched file. If the user specifies more than one file, binfind prints the filename and a colon before the offset.
- Binutils includes tools capable of creating and managing binary program files, including handling object files, libraries, profile data, and assembly source code.
- Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts an annotated context-free grammar into an LALR(1) or GLR parser for that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you can use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages. Bison is upward compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc grammars ought to work with Bison with no change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able to use Bison with little trouble. You need to be fluent in C or C++ programming in order to use Bison.
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