The Linux Cross-Reference project is the testbed application of a general hypertext cross-referencing tool. Its main goal is to create a versatile cross-referencing tool for relatively large code repositories. The main feature of the indexer is the ability to jump easily to the declaration of any global identifier. Quick access to function declarations, data (type) definitions and preprocessor macros makes code browsing more convenient. At-a-glance overview of which code areas will be affected by changing a function or type definition should also come in useful during development and debugging.
SID is a framework for building computer system simulations. Specifically, a simulation is comprised of a collection of loosely coupled components. Simulated systems may range from a CPU's instruction set to a large multi-processor embedded system. The package includes a growing library of components for modelling hardware and software parts, instrumentation, control, and external interfaces.
DeltaMUD is a MUD server based on enhancements to the original CircleMUD bpl12 source code and is thus bound to the legal terms contained within the CircleMUD and DikuMUD license agreements. The goal of this project is to provide an enhanced, memory optimized, and SQL-based version of the original CircleMUD.