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LokIRC is a free IRC client for Mac OS X. It's intended to be easy to use, but still be powerful for advanced users. It's also intended to be as configureable as possible.
Objective-C bindings for GTK+ library
A collection of Cocoa applications and their source codes. Anyone can add their source codes to the collection. Programs and their source codes in this collection are free to be used, modify, and redistributed.
This project is an attempt to create a wrapper between filesystem code for one operating system and compile it for another. For example, a Linux filesystem driver could work natively in Windows if the project goes as planned.
RSS4Mail is a RSS news reader in the form of a bundle for Mac OS X\'s Mail.app
The Kiwi Programming Language is an object oriented script language. The target of this language/system is HyperTalk/HyperCard for UNIX.
A core framework for Intricate Software's XChatter software. Supports IRC protocol and is written in Objective-C.
This abandoned project was an attempt to build an open source intraoral camera for dentists to use.