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A Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for GNUstep.1 weekly downloads
A puzzle game of rules acting upon rules. Create the desired pattern.1 weekly downloads
USB Radio has the goal to develop both the hardware and the software for a USB connected radio. A user should be able to control the radio from the computer and record and save broadcasts to hard drive.1 weekly downloads
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
A library and set of components specifically engineered (but not restricted to) electronic game development.1 weekly downloads
A database-powered, highly customizable, application for beekeepers to keep track of their hives, yards, yields and inventory, all from one user-friendly program.
With CapApbility you take your Web Application and create a Desktop Application that can run offline on Linux, Windows and MacOSX.
This is a personal project that I started after leaving my previous job, where I oversaw the development of an in-house 3D engine for online gaming. Epsilon refers to "almost nothing reused," and is designed around rapid throw-away prototyping.
The GNU Underwater Image Editor provides fast access to GIMP filters for batch processing underwater photo's.
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.
Objective-C bindings for GTK+ library
Porting SCIM (Smart Common Input Method) to other platforms, including Mac OS X, Windows, embedded systems and others .
SCRAPIE stands for Source Code Reuse (as opposed to class and/or method level reuse), Abstraction, Polymorphism, Inheritance, and Encapsulation. This language is the glue that will solve a number of problems with collaborative productivity.
Software Engineering project. Prototype of a navigation system simulator.
Cross-platform subtitle conversion, creation, and authoring tool.
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.
XciteBike is an attempt to bring the fun of playing the original NES title, Excitebike, to as many computer architectures as possible while implementing new online gameplay. The game core will be programmed in Objective-C using SDL for graphics and inpu
cs2oc stands for "C-Sharp To Objective-C". It is a user interface and supporting library for converting applications written in C# with the .NET framework into Objective-C applications.
The iStormIM project intends to create a cross-platform IM architecture for user in different platform to communication easily with native interface. And It also provide SDK for developers to add their own IM protocols.
winPhone.NET is a windows tool to help windows programmer to develop iPhone applications