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Catalina C Compiler

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NewsCatalina is a C compiler plus a set of C libraries and device drivers for use with the Parallax Propeller microcontroller. Catalina is a cross-compiler based on the retargetable C compiler "lcc". Catalina runs on Windows or Linux.
 
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Searchdaimon ES is open source

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NewsMore interesting news, from a Searchdaimon press release: "the source code for Searchdaimon ES is now open source and freely available on GitHub under the GPL v2 license."
 
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AmForth

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NewsAmForth is an easily extendible command interpreter for the Atmel AVR8 Atmega micro controller family. It has a turnkey feature for embedded use too.

AmForth runs completely on the controller. It does not need additional hardware beyond a power supply. It makes no restrictions for hardware extensions that can be connected to the controller.

The command language is Forth. AmForth implements an almost compatible ANS94 indirect threading 16bit Forth. There are some extensions from the Forth 2012 standard.

 
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XenServer 6.2 is fully open source

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NewsNews from Citrix: XenServer moves to a full open source model beginning with the new XenServer 6.2.
  • XenServer 6.2 is available as a free open source virtualization platform for all users
  • Citrix is also introducing a new XenServer.org community portal
  • Citrix provides a paid version of XenServer that includes support and maintenance
We live in interesting times.
 
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Gramps

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NewsIf you are interested in genealogy (Wikipedia: Genealogy), Gramps might be what you need. Currently at version 4.0.0 (the stable version is 3.4.5), it is free software, works on unix-like operating systems, Windows and OS X.
 
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oregano - An electrical engineering tool for GNOME

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Newsoregano is an application for schematic capture and simulation of electronic circuits. The actual simulation is performed by Berkeley Spice, or GNUcap or the new generation ngspice.
 
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Chibi - A Simple Open Source Wireless Stack

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NewsChibi is an open source wireless stack. Chibi means "midget" in Japanese which describes this stack quite well. It's a no-frills stack that just has three main functions: init, send, and receive. Its meant to be a simple way to establish wireless communications with a wireless radio without getting into a lot of protocol complexity. See this blog post for more info.
 
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OpenBTS

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NewsOpenBTS (OpenBTS on Wikipedia) is a Unix application that uses a software radio to present a GSM air interface to standard 2G GSM handset and uses a SIP softswitch or PBX to connect calls. OpenBTS blog. Interesting.
 
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OpenTag

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NewsHmm, this OpenTag is interesting. From the Wikipedia article: "OpenTag is a DASH7 protocol stack and minimal RTOS, written in C. It is designed to run on microcontrollers or radio SoCs.". It does DASH7 Mode 2, which sounds nice. There is a SourcForge page for it: OpenTag. It looks like activity on the project isn't very high, though.
 
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flashrom

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Newsflashrom (Wikipedia: Flashrom) is a utility for identifying, reading, writing, verifying and erasing flash chips. It is designed to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware/optionROM images on mainboards, network/graphics/storage controller cards, and various other programmer devices.
 
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