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The Wizard's Apprentice is an application that allows you to ask questions from a script. It uses Windows dialog boxes in the so-called Wizard style: dialogs asking one question at a time, with a Back button, a Next button and a Cancel button.16 weekly downloads
GUSI (Grand Unified Socket Interface) is a POSIX/Pthreads/Sockets library bringing some of the comforts of UNIX 98 to traditional MacOS (7.0 - 9.9999).9 weekly downloads
BlitPixie is a collection of optimized software blitters, written in assembly language or normal ANSI C. They perform a lot of normal pixel moving operations, and all work in 8/16/32-bit depth.1 weekly downloads
Hardwarie is a software library for using 2D Graphics Hardware Acceleration on Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X, through either Quickdraw 3D or Apples OpenGL implementation. It has a very simple interface, allowing you to achieve high frame rates in a simple manner1 weekly downloads
SpriteWorld is a collection of routines Mac programmers can use to implement smooth, fast sprite animation with scrolling and tiling in games and other applications. See also the BlitPixie and Hardwarie projects on SourceForge.1 weekly downloads
Natty is a library on top of GUSI adding process management facilities like fork() and exec() and shell-like functionality.
The Selene Engine is an open source realtime 3D engine written in c and c++. It's a light-weight engine with a carefully implemented software renderer. The D3D and OpenGL render subsystems are also included.
Shuck is a POD (plain old documentation) reader for Mac OS (Classic). It is bundled with (and written for) MacPerl.