64-bit Development Tools
New version! - Created by Daniel Pistelli, a freeware suite of tools including a process viewer and a PE editor called CFF Explorer. The PE editor has full support for PE32/64. Special fields description and modification (.NET supported), utilities, rebuilder, hex editor, import adder, signature scanner, signature manager, extension support etc. First PE editor with support for .NET internal structures.
ASPack Software presented brand new product – ASProtect 64. It designed for protection of 64-bit applications against copying, analysis and cracking of software products that distributed via internet or any physical media. Distinctive feature of the new product is support of 64-bit applications and .NET applications protection only. Moreover, ASProtect 64 is based on absolutely new protection engine never used by ASPack Software before.
New version! - LuaEdit is an IDE/Debugger/Script Editor designed for the 5.1 and/or 5.2 version of Lua. It features remote debugging, local debugging, syntax highlighting, completion proposal list, parameter proposition engine, advance breakpoint management (including condition system on breakpoints and hit count), function listing, global and local variables listing, watches, solution oriented management, etc.
The Enigma Protector includes a wide range of unique features aimed at protecting executable files from illegal copying, hacking, modification, and analysis. The supported formats include almost all types of 32- and 64-bit executable files (exe, src, dll, ocx, bpl, etc.) and .NET files created using various development tools, such as MS Visual Studio C#/C++/VB/VB.NET, Borland Delphi/C++, FreePascal, MASM, TASM and others. The protected files can be run on all versions of Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 and Windows 7.
SuperEdi is a text editor with syntax coloring and build-in FTP client. The build-in directory tree helps you locate files quickly without opening the Windows Explorer. Context sensitive information is available via keyword lookup in any Windows help file. The editor is extendable using executable programs, text clips and automation scripts. SuperEdi supports Unicode UTF-8, UTF-16 as well as many locale- specific encodings.
Orwell's Dev-C++ is an IDE for the C/C++ programming language based on the Mingw port of GCC. It features a project manager, syntax highlighting editor, class browser, code completion, integrated debugging etc. Orwell's Dev-C++ is also based on the famous Bloodshed Dev-C++ (which at present isn't being maintained by the original developer) and hosts a number of fixes including support for 64-bit processors.
The TouchMind application was developed to be an easy to use Mind Map editor. TouchMind is the project to evaluate the latest Windows technologies. Currently, the following technologies are used: C++ 0x, Direct2D, HLSL (using Direct2D's Direct3D interoperability), DirectWrite, Multi Touch, Ribbon Framework, Shell Library (Jump list), TSF (Text Services Framework), XPS Printing, MUI (Multilingual User Interface).
New version! - PowerShell Plus is the most advanced IDE for PowerShell available today. Designed to help administrators and developers quickly learn and master Windows PowerShell, it also dramatically increases the productivity of expert users. PowerShell Plus features a powerful interactive console, an advanced script editor and debugger and a comprehensive interactive learning center all integrated into a single product.
Vim is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor Vi. Many new features have been added: multi-level undo, syntax highlighting, command line history, on-line help, spell checking, filename completion, block operations, etc. There is also a Graphical User Interface (GUI) available.
New version! - With RealWorld Icon Editor you do not need other software to create perfect icons. On the other hand, if you prefer your own image or 3D graphics editor, RealWorld Icon Editor can import images from numerous formats and generate icons from them.
An integrated development environment for writing and checking TLA+ specifications.
New version! - cfix is a framework for authoring and running xUnit-like testcases written in C or C++. The aim of the tool is to provide a development experience very similar to frameworks such as JUnit or NUnit. Due to the nature of C and C++, current unit testing frameworks for C and C++ hardly reach the ease of use of JUnit or NUnit. In particular, it is noticable that significantly more code has to be written to implement a test suite.