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Asynchronous networking framework for GNUstep and Mac OS X. Has built-in support for line-based protocols, IRC, and raw TCP/IP streams.1 weekly downloads
6Vertex is an Objective C/Cocoa application (and standard C functions) for computing and visualizing matrix models generated with the 6-vertex model for computing boundary shapes and phase transition shapes for differently weighted vertices.
A framework of drivers on which generic astronomical applications can be built.
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ALX3000 is the "NeXT generation newsreader" for Mac OS X. Build from scratch using Cocoa it is fast and works well with all system services. The core of the application was developed by the authors of the popular Alexandra newreader for NeXTSTEP.
A suite of internet applications for Mac OS X 10.3 and later.
Acquisition is a gnutella client written in Objective-C for Mac OS X.
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
Aircraft navigation receiver using software-defined radio (SDR)
Alpaca is a programmable rich-text editor for authors using Mac OS X. It is built on, and programmable in, Common Lisp, and has a complete Common Lisp programming environment built into it.
This Project is a compilation of various other projects in the GNUStep world, and is intented to produce a self contained distribution with only GNUStep apps.
The Mac OS X Port of analog which has been specially rewritten into ObjC code to take advantage of Cocoa. The rewrite will also incorporate new features not found in the console version. Includes a graphical interface, support for XML property lists. .
Instant messenger client for GNUstep. Using Björn Giesler's port of the AddressBook framework, Angelos accesses the user's addressbook to produce a buddylist with real names and photos.
A project to make a clean, efficient IRC client for Mac OS X in Cocoa.
The Audioscrobbler development project has moved to a new site at http://www.audioscrobbler.net. This project is no longer in use.
Authenticating proxy server software for Mac OS X. The front-end is written in Obj-C using the Cocoa framework, but the actual proxy daemon application is written in C using plain BSD sockets.
multimedia player/organiser. A kind of Apple(R) iTunes that manages audio/video/pictures.
A self-contained and portable build system derived from the traditional 4.4BSD system. It implements Bourne configure script generation, concurrent building and it can compile IDE project files. It is portable to most operating systems and make flavors.
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.
A tool for calculating notional results of elections in parliamentary constituencies which have undergone boundary changes but where an election has not yet been held. Created for use with UK structures, may also be useful elsewhere.
BattleCocoa is Tetris clone game focusing on Network match. Connect to other's Mac and play 1:1 match Tetris like game.
A database-powered, highly customizable, application for beekeepers to keep track of their hives, yards, yields and inventory, all from one user-friendly program.
A computerized version of "Big Play Football", a freely-distributed table top simulation of (U.S.) football. The game recreates matches based on statistical performance of players. Intended uses: simulation for "what if" scenarios, "Quick Play"....
Ever miss a birthday? I did. That's why I created this program to remind me of upcoming birthdays. It uses Mac OS X's Address Book.
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.