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A easy way to manage the status menus in Mac OS X.22 weekly downloads
iBoot (the Interactive BOOTmenu system) is a set of applications that creates, configures, and manages a startup/boot menu that can boot Mac OS, Linux, and BSD Unix systems for PPC Macs.28 weekly downloads
Advanced email suite.9 weekly downloads
The project is to develop an application for the general management of virtual networks with Dynamips, VirtualBox, PixEmulator, UML, Zebra, etc.4 weekly downloads
The Mac TeX Toolbox provides an umbrella for TeX related development for Mac OS X: discussions, pointers to libraries and other support for open source TeX development on Mac OS X.2 weekly downloads
Finch is a package dependency graph management engine with interfaces in many programming languages (C, Obj-C, Perl, etc). The goal for this project is to provide a robust replacement for the current dependency engine in Fink (fink.sourceforge.net)1 weekly downloads
Volley is a client/server system similar to Hotline, but using a plugin design that makes it more extensible. Server plugins define services such as chat and file sharing. Client plugins allow users to interact with each other using those services.1 weekly downloads
3d scanner using a laser line webcam and pic micro controller. opensource hardware and software.
A Cocoa based GUI wrapping command-line GNU Backgammon
This project will work on developing ad hoc network capabilities for Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone with goals of developing a chat program.
A Cocoa utility application to display information about the clients of Apple Airport Extreme & Express Base stations
A project to make a clean, efficient IRC client for Mac OS X in Cocoa.
A Mac fractal creator, editor and rendering app. I will upload code and binaries later. Since I'm using Mac OS X Leopard on Intel, 10.5 and x86 is a requirement. I will compile as Universal Binary.
Team management, feedback management, issue and sales tracking for Mac OSX independent developers.
A weather checker for OS X
A repository of the projects of the Austin Mac programmers group.
multimedia player/organiser. A kind of Apple(R) iTunes that manages audio/video/pictures.
Banana is knowledge base for Cocoa developers or for those who wants to learn Cocoa. Anyone will be able to share its idea, suggestions,etc. Banana is also know as Cocoa knowledge base.
Batchboard is an authoring/scripting application that exposes traditional command-line, stream I/O-based programs as graphical objects that can be operated upon using direct manipulation.
A database-powered, highly customizable, application for beekeepers to keep track of their hives, yards, yields and inventory, all from one user-friendly program.
Want to use your Blackberry as a tethered (USB) modem with OS X? It will function just how it does on Windows - plug in the Blackberry to a USB port on your Mac and after initializing the program you can connect directly to the internet!
BlastServ is a plugin used with XChat and Mac OS X. It will be an IRC File Server (FServ or FServe), similar to SysReset for Windows or Obsidian. Fservs send files over DCC, and have an interface like FTP. They are a quick and easy way to transfer files.
Remote control MacOSX applications with any Bluetooth enabled Palm handheld.
BrewMaster is a Mac OS X system for managing all the inner-workings of home-based beer brewing: recipes, results, and timetables.
A simple, clean web browser.