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cross-platform, encryption application39 weekly downloads
Control iTunes remotely via a web browser or a client-side program.3 weekly downloads
Build system and integration libraries allows automatic building of GTK+-2 & 3 applications on OSX using the native Quartz display system, the Mac menubar, and familiar key bindings.64 weekly downloads
Objective-C bindings for GLib.
Simulates a biologically diverse tropical island, and the ape inhabitants cognitive processes. For MacOS X, iPad, Windows and Linux. Features a non-polygonal graphics engine and a command-line version1 weekly downloads
A C64 Emulator for Mac OS X and Linux. The software is not intended to compete with other C64 emulators. It only provides basic functionality.
Another version of the classic Settlers of Catan, designed to be playable on Windows, Linux, and OSX and support all the official expansions plus some of the unofficial ones. Supports multiplayer network play.2 weekly downloads
The Gnuritas project aims at designing a "smart" and flexible framework and tools to manage and share knowledge, information and scientific data.
MultiDC++ aims to be a DC++ port with support for many different operating systems. In addition, it runs as a server enabling you to interface with it locally or remotely using several user interfaces.1 weekly downloads
Paprika will be gtk and gstreamer based video editor.
BDK: XBERRY DEVELOPMENT KIT CONICSOFT(NINGBO) CO,.LTD. This project moved to FreeBDK.sf.net
WinTwiX is another graphical remote access application which allows to access Windows(r) sessions. But it will let you pick which program you want to access, and bring only it's windows back, it won't bring you the whole desktop.
The UT library is intended to simplify and present a uniform interface across some common platforms to commonly required features that often have platform-specific APIs on those platforms. Presently, the target platforms are Windows, Linux, and Mac.1 weekly downloads