The goal of the Alumni C compiler project is to write a new simple and easy to understand C compiler code for Graduate Students.
This program uses very simple input files to generate code for a C++-Object that can read in configuration files. The values are accessible by object-members of the same name as the configuration file entries.
This project hosts currently two sharpdevelop add-ins: XSD2Classes that generates C# classes for a given XSD file, and Autometal that wil automate the execution of SQLMetal on an SQLCe database to generate C# classes.
This project aimed at making an application to generate documents for C-Sharp files, similar to what javadoc did for Java files, but in a smarter and advanced fashion. Will incorporate Java-style as well as CS-style comments.
Now, you can quick-search for function and tag names in any C source code without any pre-built documentation. The program uses exuberant-ctags generated tag database file. You can search for functions, structs, etc
This project aims to provide an extensible, automated tool for auditing C/C++ code for compliance to a specified coding standard.
The Dent Project is an open source API for writing Trillian plugins in C#, Visual Basic .NET, or Managed C++ using the Microsoft(R) .NET Framework(tm).
s11n (an abbreviation for serialization) is an Open Source project focused on the generic serialization of objects (i.e., object persistence) in the C programming language.
- Provides easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate, and...
I had written this code for my mechatronics course project: Color Following Robot/Image Processing Robot. It follows object of any particular color (red in this case).
1) The robot (RC car) has a webcam mounted on top of it which captures...
This package contains the MATLAB code for the robust point-set
registration algorithm discribed in the ICCV'05 paper:
"Bing Jian and Baba C. Vemuri,
A Robust Algorithm for Point Set Registration Using Mixture of...
This project will create a custom App Wizard for creating MEX-files in Visual Studio.Net. After installing, use the wizard to create a skeleton MEX-file project, with the correct project settings. Simply fill in your function code and compile to...
base64 RFC1113 Vanilla ANSI-C Code for a portable stand-alone file encode/decode utility. In 2001, I asked people to 'Help me break it!' Since then, 10+years later, the code remains unbroken and is in wide production use world-wide. It has...
This project contains functionality, written in C#, for creating graphical trees in C#.
The kind of trees that you could create using this library is organizational trees and family trees (genealogy) e.g
Multithreaded java client of redis (A persistent key-value database with built-in net interface written in ANSI-C for Posix systems) See http://code.google.com/p/redis/
Template for creating Unix daemons in 'C'.
Provides a basic daemon out of the box that supports several of the 'standard' command line options; but is intended to be easily extensible to add your own functionality.
XPLint is an Eclipse plugin project for detecting bad smells in code. "Smells" determine the "when" of refactoring. Possible candidates for refactoring are Duplicated Code, Long Method, Feature Envy, Switch statements and others.
rdb2oo is a project to create source code for classes which correspond to tables in a relational database.rdb2oo is also about creating an object oriented abstraction layer for simple database access.
The Framebuffer Character Generator is written in Java an it produces C code for embedded systems! This tool converts any system font to a usable format for a pixel based framebuffer or another embedded pixel based lcd controller.
cspanol (pronounced si-span-yol), is a linux program for translating cspanol code into c code, and then compiling it in GCC. cspanol code is just c code with the statements (such as if or while) and some of the processor directives.
SISSy is a platform for problem pattern identification in OO source code written in Java, C++ or Delphi. Problem patterns include the well-known bad smells as well as typical violations of good OO design principles and heuristics.