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red - Red is a next-generation programming language strongly inspired by Rebol, but with a broader field of usage thanks to its native-code compiler, from system programming to high-level scripting and cross-platform reactive GUI, while providing modern support for concurrency, all in a zero-install, zero-config, single 1MB file!

  •    Red

Red is a new programming language strongly inspired by Rebol, but with a broader field of usage thanks to its native-code compiler, from system programming to high-level scripting, while providing modern support for concurrency and multi-core CPUs. Red has its own complete cross-platform toolchain, featuring two compilers, an interpreter and a linker, not depending on any third-party library, except for a Rebol2 interpreter, required during the bootstrap phase. Once complete, Red will be self-hosted.

exodus - Painless relocation of Linux binaries–and all of their dependencies–without containers.

  •    Python

Exodus is a tool that makes it easy to successfully relocate Linux ELF binaries from one system to another. This is useful in situations where you don't have root access on a machine or where a package simply isn't available for a given Linux distribution. For example, CentOS 6.X and Amazon Linux don't have packages for Google Chrome or aria2. Server-oriented distributions tend to have more limited and outdated packages than desktop distributions, so it's fairly common that one might have a piece of software installed on their laptop that they can't easily install on a remote machine. With exodus, transferring a piece of software that's working on one computer to another is as simple as this.

FEL - Fast Entity Linker Toolkit for training models to link entities to KnowledgeBase (Wikipedia) in documents and queries

  •    Java

This library performs query segmentation and entity linking to a target reference Knowledge Base (i.e., Wikipedia). In its current version it is tailored +towards query entity linking (alternatively, short fragments of text). The main goal was to have an extremely fast linker (< 1 or 2 ms/query on average on a standard laptop) that is completely unsupervised, so that more sophisticated approaches can work on top of it with a decent time budget available. A side effect of this is that the datapack used by the linker occupies <3GB making it suitable to run on the grid (and making the footprint on server machines very low).Please install maven before you run this project. The project comes with a pom.xml which should install all dependencies when you run the command mvn install.

graphquire - Module dependency graph builder / linker / installer

  •    Javascript

Web is awesome: cross platform, fully distributed and yet connected via URLs. All other type of require's are assumed to be engine specific and are left up to engine.

lld - Mirror of official lld git repository located at http://llvm

  •    C++

This directory and its subdirectories contain source code for the LLVM Linker, a modular cross platform linker which is built as part of the LLVM compiler infrastructure project. lld is open source software. You may freely distribute it under the terms of the license agreement found in LICENSE.txt.

elfkit - rust elf parsing, manipulation and (re)linking toolkit

  •    Rust

an elf read and manipulation library in pure rust (written from scratch, no bfd, no gnu code, no license infections), intended to be used in binary manipulation utils such as strip, chrpath, objcopy and ld. The end goal is to build a well designed library that facilitates all sorts of binary manipulation magic. elfkit can now link elfkit, so it's reasonably complete for x86_64. But it's definitely not stable yet and might produce incorrect code.

gnu-eprog - Embedded Programming with the GNU Toolchain

  •    XSLT

This is a short tutorial on using the GNU toolchain for bare metal programming. The tutorial uses Qemu to simulate an ARM board, and provides instructions to test programs within the simulated machine. The following topics will be covered. The tutorial is written in asciidoc. The asciidoc source is converted to DocBook and then rendered to HTML.

z88dk - The development kit for over seventy z80 machines - c compiler, assembler, linker, libraries

  •    Assembly

Z88DK is a collection of software development tools that targets z80 machines. It allows development of programs in C, assembly language or any mixture of the two. What makes z88dk unique is its ease of use, built-in support for many z80 machines and its extensive set of assembly language library subroutines implementing the C standard and extensions. There are three ways to install z88dk.

Linker - 🎯 Your easiest way to handle all URLs.

  •    Swift

Lightweight way to handle internal and external deeplinks in Swift for iOS. Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that automates the process of adding frameworks to your Cocoa application.

Perseus - Perseus Programming Language (Windows), Integrated Assembler & Linker

  •    C++

Perseus is a free (as in both beer and speech), open-source and dependency-free programming language for Windows. The idea is simple: Minimal production enviroment. This is Version 6 of the compiler with new syntax and a lot more features. Perseus compiles directly to the binary file (an PE32 .exe executable or a Dynamic Link Library) without using an external assembler or linker. The translation layer that enables this is called DirectByte and is also accessible from any Perseus-Code to create the fastest code possible.

linker - workflow editor library

  •    Javascript

Linker is Node Editor Library, I built this library for a new project I'm working on, besides I was interested in building one. Note: This is a beta version.

spicy - An open-source version of Nintendo64 sdk's mild

  •    Go

An open-source version of Nintendo64 sdk's mild.exe. Assembles segments into an n64-compatible rom. This binary should eventually be a drop in, multiplatform replacement for mild.exe. For information about how to use, see http://github.com/trhodeos/modern-n64sdk.

pacc - PACC (PAscal C Compiler) is an C compiler, which is implemented in Delphi-7-compatible Object Pascal

  •    Pascal

PACC (PAscal C Compiler) is an work-in-progress C11-specification-aiming C compiler, which is implemented in Delphi-7-compatible Object Pascal.