Welcome to the CodeGen, Inc. source-code tree. We're releasing a bunch of our stuff under a license described in the file COPYRIGHT. To quickly build most of the code, first create a symlink /cgt to someplace such as /usr/local/cgt or wherever you'd like. The Makefiles and scripts expect to install binaries, headers, and libs under /cgt. Then run makeworld.sh in the top directory. This makes everything execpt SmartFirmware (see below for how to build this). Some of the stuff under the source-tree: lib/aoa SmartAlloc - fast, efficient malloc() replacement bin/of SmartFirmware - Open Firmware IEEE-1275 in C (you'll also need zlib-1.1.4, which is not included) bin/cc cc-fcode - C-to-Fcode compiler - see README-Fcode (it needs a bunch of libs to build - use makeworld.sh) bin/wacco wacco - why another compiler compiler bin/domail mh-style command-line Bayesian spam filtering tools Other misc libraries: lib/integer arbitrary-precision integer C++ class library lib/floatc arbitrary-precision IEEE floating point C++ class library lib/cgt basic C++ funcs, generics (hashtables, dynarrays, etc) lib/edit text-editor library lib/*malloc different malloc algorithms - aoa is probably the best Build SmartFirmware (bin/of) standalone/test version by: cd bin/of/unix make This makes "of", which can be used to test, tokenize, and detokenize Fcode. Build cc-fcode under bin/cc and copy both to /cgt/bin, then cd to bin/of/fcode to build test and ethernet Fcode PCI ROM images there. Standalone verions of SmartFirmware can also be built for x86 under bin/of/i386 and AMD64 "Hammer" under bin/of/amd64. The amd64 build can run from ROM only on the AMD Clawhammer evaluation board. As for the rest, no warrantee is expressed nor implied. Good luck.