QtDMM is a simple DMM readout program which includes a configurable recorder. The recorder features manual start, scheduled start (at a given time), and triggered automatic start and starting of external applications when given thresholds are reached. It was written for the Metex multimeter, and compatible multimeters like VOLTCRAFT. It has been tested with the following Multimeters: Metex M-3660D, M-3830D, M-3850D, ME-11, ME-22, ME-32, Universal system 9160, PeakTech 4010 and 451, Radioshack 22-805, and Voltcraft M-4660, ME-11, and ME-32, but it should work with other DMMs that support the same protocol.
YaPIDE aims to be a fully featured Microchip PIC simulator for Linux (and probably other Unixes). It is a GUI that provides a viewer for RAM, ROM, stack, breakpoints, and watchpoints, and has a source editor with inline debugging (ASM). The chip currently supported is the 16F628 (partial).
QtDMM was ported to Qt4.x and was relicensed to GPL version 3
If anyone got QtDMM working with an DMM different from Metex ME-32. Please give a note. So I can include it to the list of supported devices. Nice would be to know the supported baud-rate of the device. This way I can add a selection by device.