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.
This is a cocoa objective-C based project for Mac OS X, trying to develop a software to help programmer in early stage of development by creating class diagram and generate headers in specify languages from these diagrams
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!!!
A library written in Objective-C for linux or others gcc-enabled systems that brings support of slots and signals ŕ-la Qt in the language, and a windowing toolkit made in OpenGL or X11. Other useful tools may also be included such as XML.
((( bonzeye, bonZeye, bonsai, bonsi, BonPsi ))) a Volumetric Botanical Visualization for File Hierarchy Interfacing Goals: platform independence and consistency across devices, personalized and familiar tree-like branching structure, custom 2D overlays
ABSync allows you to share your Address Book between your Macs without thinking. Just install it on your stations, subscribe to local Address book and synchronization will automatically happen.