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The KDevelop project was founded in 1998 to build up an easy to use IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for KDE. Since then, the KDevelop IDE is publicly available under the GPL and supports many programming languages.
re2c is a tool for writing very fast and very flexible scanners. Unlike any other such tool, re2c focuses on generating high efficient code for regular expression matching. As a result this allows a much broader range of use than any traditional lexer offers. And Last but not least re2c generates ... [More]
Eclox is a simple doxygen frontend plug-in for eclipse. It aims to provide a slim and sleek integration of the code documentation process into eclipse by providing a high-level graphical user interface over doxygen.
An "ID database" is a binary file containing a list of file names, a list of tokens, and a sparse matrix indicating which tokens appear in which files.
The ASSERT Set of Tools for Engineering (TASTE) is a framework of programs that aims at automating safety-critical software development. It is composed by a development consortium and lead by the European Space Agency (ESA).
Monkey Studio (MkS) is a cross platform IDE written in C++/Qt 4. It's primary goal was to be a Qt 4 only IDE, but it evoluate a way to support Qt development and any kind of project. See the About page or Features page for more informations. Finally, you can meet team's members here.
TapTinder is continuous integration and automated testing tool for software engineering. Using your own TapTinder installation or TapTinder service you can monitor, diagnose and improve the quality of software right during development in real-time. TapTinder clients run your builds and tests across ... [More]
cfunge is a fast interpreter (coded in C) for the esoteric language Befunge98. It is standard conforming. cfunge is written to be able to run on any C99 POSIX system.
Ruby Inline is an analog to Perl's Inline::C. Out of the box, it allows you to embed C/++ external module code in your ruby script directly. By writing simple builder classes, you can teach how to cope with new languages (fortran, perl, whatever).