nuBASIC is a programming language from the BASIC family distributed under MIT License.
Ever since starting writing BASIC programs on my Commodore 64 at age of 8 I've always wanted to write a BASIC interpreter.
Years later, during a programming course of C++11 which I taught in 2014, I decided to implement an interpreter as a non-trivial programming example, and my choice fell on such language exactly fifty years after John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz designed the original BASIC language.
Multum In Parvo Operating System is a cooperative multitasking RTOS designed for single-chip micro-controllers with severely limited RAM (e.g. less than 256 bytes) and ROM. It provides the flexibility of an RTOS in low-cost embedded designs.
System-On-Chip (SoC) programmers can choose mipOS for its small, fast and royalty-free benefits.
mipOS manages tasks, providing mutual exclusion, signals, message queues, memory management, timers.
Source code at https://github.com/eantcal/mipos
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