The Java Desktop Management Interface provides Java API access to native desktop components. JDMI supports the manipulation of local native desktop components, including listing, moving, resizing and capturing screen shots of native desktop windows, via
LIEL (Language Independent Extension Library) is a language-agnostic library containing solutions to various programming problems and extending the capabilities of existing frameworks and code libraries.
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
An experimental patch project for the Mozilla-based Chimera Navigator web browser for Mac OS X.
Mac OS X IOKit driver and utilities for the USB interface of NEC 3G mobile telephones.
A simple OS X command-line tool for setting network location, plus a GUI wrapper application
Tools for Palm OS developers on Mac OS X. Cocoa Palm Reporter logs traces emitted by the Palm OS Emulator. USB-TCP Bridge provides a socket that can be used to communicate with a Palm handheld over USB (for example, GDB).
MacAPL is Open Source Mac OS X substitute for MakeAPL from Monkey's Audio with extended functionality.
Nvidia geForce based video card drivers for Mac OS X Operating System running on x86 hardware.
Add annotations (tags and notes) to collections of audio/video files. Intended to be used e.g. for annotating class recordings, interviews, archival footage, etc.
Mesh Simplification Viewer
A set of VNC servers and viewers which have been stripped down and run only from the commandline. The applications have a consistent, albeit minimal, UI on all platforms. Designed to be used as components in group collaboration products.
Utility app for generating OpenGL definition code for a variety of 3D geometric objects, based on mathematical parameters provided by the user. This app will ultimately be a GUI which works natively on Win32, OSX, and KDE.
Environment for manual registration and mosaicing of EM micrographs
MoteDaemon is a lightweight server that enables applications to receive Nintendo Wii remote input data as XML over a TCP socket. It includes a Flash application to demonstrate its capabilities.
A primality/compositeness tester for different types of numbers.
MuPuPriNT (Multi-Purpose Prime Number Tester) is a primality and compositeness tester for many different types of numbers. It is basic, yet full-featured, and offers several different testing methods for each type of number. MuPuPriNT is built on the GNU Multiple-Precision (GMP) integer + rational library, and is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux. Source code is available as well, and can be built on any machine with Qt installed. As of version 2.0, MuPuPriNT is built on the cross-platform Qt application framework. There are currently two versions: MuPuPriNT and MuPuPriNT Extended.
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.
It is a group of projects while is available on iPhone or Symbian_OS_Device.
A collection of prime-number-related applications.
NCPrime includes a collection of applications for prime number testing and rendering. These programs are mostly developed for fun to learn about different kinds of programming languages and techniques, although they are each fully functional and capable of some very impressive math.
A distributed capability manager for software modules and services. Components perform their specific tasks and may contribute information to an artificial intelligence engine, from which all components may benefit from the accumulated knowledge.
OIOIC how about? Kindly give me your advice. OIOIC is a completely new object-oriented technology for the C programming language.
Attempt of a portable cross-language object-oriented benchmark . So far supporting C++, Objective-C, and Java. Support for Smalltalk, CLOS, CSharp, and Eiffel is in development.
An open source 3D engine designed specifically to use ObjectiveC.
Developping for MacOS X, you needed a XML parser while you're programing using the Cocoa (Objective-C) environement?? We thought of you, here comes some frameworks to do the job!!!
The Open Descent Foundation (ODF) is a community for developers, who want to help to create open source programs, tools, etc. for the famous games Descent1, -2 or -3. Everyone can join the ODF if he accepts the idea of writing open source programs.