The NanoVM is a java virtual machine for the Atmel AVR ATmega8 CPU, the member of the AVR CPU family used e.g. in the DLR Asuro robot, manufactured by AREXX engineering. With the NanoVM, the Asuro can be programmed in the popular Java language using the standard Sun JDK. The NanoVM and its tools are distributed under the GPL and can be used on other AVR based systems as well.
Generic z80 Cross compiler with generic libraries. The Cambridge z88 was the original target, but libraries are also available for Spectrum, ZX81, VZ200, Sharp MZ, CP/M, TI8x calculators, Sharp OZ, Xircom REX, Sam Coupe and many others
WinPicProg is the latest 32 bit Windows program in the PicProg series for programming the MicroChip micro-controllers, now including some of the serial EPROM range (12C508/9, 12C671/2, and 16C505) as well as the previous FLASH chips. It’s written using Borland Delphi 6.0, following on from the DOS versions written using Borland TP7.0, the 16 Bit Windows version written using Delphi 1.0, and the 32 Bit Windows version originally ported for NT by Andrew Jarman.