Archive for March, 2010

.Net back- and frontend for GCC

Sunday, March 7th, 2010

I recently stumbled upon a very interesting project – a CIL (.Net assembler) backend and frontend for GCC. Suppose you have source code in one of the languages supported by GCC (C, C++, Ada, Fortran,…) and you want to use the code from managed code (say, a C# application). A CIL backend would allow you […]

Geosense for Windows

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Okay, quick post because this is too awesome to not to write about it. Rafael Rivera from and Long Zheng from have put together a driver for Windows Location API in Windows 7. The driver provides geolocation information for location-aware Windows applications using Google’s Location Services. All it needs is your WiFi turned […]

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