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Wobba Wobba is an open source graphics SDK designed for high-end photo-realistic visualization code compiling and interpreting. Used with Muhha!, Wobba Wobba builds upon the existing IDE 3D capabilities and expansive extension libraries.
Xenu is a open-source/Apple public source project aimed at adding Xen Virtulization to the XNU kernel. Allowing users to run other operating systems and architectures binaries under Mac OS X.
Yarrwin is a fork of Apple's Darwin, created with the intention of simplifying creation of Darwin-based distributions and addition of novel software features to the Darwin platform.
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The goal of this project is to produce a high quality set of binary utilities for the Apple iPhone, chiefly an assembler and linker. This is the "missing link" needed for developers to create programs for the iPhone.
The Project tries to reduce the network bandwidth required for installing application. The micro-install project is an install program for Linux(Debian/Ubuntu/Cent OS/Gentoo/), Solaris, Mac OS X.