Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
Crosos is a open-source OS. It is based on the Linux Kernel and mostly uses the same code in Ubuntu (but it has been derived from Debian)
Harmonize is a Ruby library that allows you to write pure-Ruby code to access the Sync Services API in Mac OS X (10.4+) without getting into the nitty-gritty of RubyCocoa.
Cocoa Hesinfo GUI for MacOSX. Includes port of Hesiod 3.0.2 library as a MacOSX Framework.
MACMonitor is a Mac OS X Cocoa application that displays AirPort connection information in convenient manners. Most useful for testing roaming Wi-Fi setups it can display both the SSID and the MAC Address and more via a menu bar extension.
This is a drop-installable Subversion server. It consists of a GUI application that contains a complete Apache 2 server plus the mod_dav_subversion plugin and takes care of everything from installation to setup to administration of a SVN server.
Allows developer to transparently mix Objective-C and Python objects. Includes ability to subclass Objective-C objects from Python.
a "fancy" cocoa text editor
a "fancy" cocoa text editor... "hopefully" it will get fancier...
Ever wanted to be able to open a document in an X11 application by simply double-clicking it from the Finder? By default XLaunch-O-Matic is able to open documents with gv (.ps files) gimp (.xpm files) texmacs (.tex files) and more
trou is an outstanding replacement tool for pbcopy. Basically, it copies everything from stdin to the pasteboard. And it does it well.