compilers


BeanMaker – added 11/20/2008

BeanMaker is an innovative and fully customizable source code generator, designed to help boost a programmer’s productivity. It can generate any kind of files (*.java, *.xml, *.tld) using simple text templates enhanced with with special tags. BeanMaker works for any kind of programming language, although it was designed originally for Java and J2EE programmers. Whether you are looking for consistent source code look and feel across development teams, simplification of repetitive tasks or just error free code generation BeanMaker is a tool that can be very helpful.


Portable Python – added 2/2/2007

Portable Python is a Python programming language preconfigured to run directly from a portable device, enabling you to have, at any time, portable programming environment. Just download and extract to your portable device and in 10 minutes you are ready to create your next Python application.


LightFusion – added 10/24/2006

LightFusion enables you to embed files in your executables, still leaving them executable. You can then use the Visual Basic module provided to extract the embedded files at runtime.


Oxygen – added 7/19/2006

Oxygen is a multi-platform XML Editor, XSLT/XQuery Debugger and Profiler written in Java. It supports XML, XSL, XQUERY, FO, XSD, RNG, RNC,NRL, DTD, Schematron, WSDL and CSS documents. It offers a powerful and intelligent code insight that guides the user to write valid XML content. The code insight can be driven by a DTD, an XML Schema, an RNG or by the structure of a partial edited document. Features SVN Client and native XML Databases support.


Just BASIC – added 9/15/2005

Just BASIC is a programming language for the Windows operating system. Just BASIC is based on the classic BASIC programming language and is easy to learn, and it has been extended with structured programming facilities and with easy to use GUI commands so you can create your own Windows programs without needing to learn all the underlying details of the Windows operating system.


FreeBASIC – added 7/31/2005

FreeBASIC – as the name suggests – is an open-source, 32-bit BASIC compiler, with the syntax the most compatible possible with MS-QuickBASIC, that adds new features such as pointers, unsigned data types, inline-assembly and many others.


Bloodshed Dev-C++ – added 12/1/2004

Bloodshed Dev-C++ is a full-featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the C/C++ programming language. It uses Mingw port of GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) as it’s compiler. Dev-C++ can also be used in combination with Cygwin or any other GCC based compiler.


Quincy – added 4/1/2005

Quincy is an open-source IDE. It is a simple programming environment for C/C++. It contains an editor, a compiler, a debugger, and graphics and GUI toolkits.


Dev-Pascal – added 3/27/2005

Dev-Pascal is a full-featured integrated development environment (IDE), which is able to create Windows or console-based Pascal programs using the Free Pascal or GNU Pascal compilers.


Turbo Pascal – added 3/27/2005

Turbo Pascal 3 was the first Turbo Pascal version to support the Intel 8087 math co-processor (16-bit PC version). It also included support for Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) math to eliminate round off errors in business applications. Turbo Pascal 3 also allowed you to build larger programs (> 64k bytes) using overlays. The PC version also supported Turtle Graphics, Color, Sound, Window Routines, and more.


Free Pascal – added 3/27/2005

2-bit Pascal compiler for Dos, Linux, OS/2. Pascal source code included.

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