Plarpebu is a java karaoke player that runs on any architecture that can run java. It plays both midi (.mid and .kar) and mp3+cdg files. Check project web site at : http://miageprojet.unice.fr/twiki/bin/view/Fun/ScreenshotsPage for full info.
kiki the nanobot is a 3-D puzzle game. It is basically a mixture of the games Sokoban and Kula-World.
Ultimate Webshots Converter is a Webshots pictures converter. It is able to show and save into JPEG files the pictures contained in the following files : WBC, WBZ, WB1 and WBD.
Remember when you wrote your games in Pascal? Well continue that fine tradition by using JEDI-SDL! Which works with Delphi, Kylix, Free Pascal, Gnu Pascal and TMT Pascal. Cross-platform game develpment has never been easier!
JPEGDeux is a slideshow program for Mac OS X inspired by the classic JPEGView application.
Mops is a full-featured, object-oriented stand-alone programming language for Mac OS X. Its interactive development environment provides for fluid and productive programming by allowing quick testing and modification of small code segments.
A light GUI editor for SQLite databases
***** WE'VE MOVED TO GITHUB ***** https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser Reason why we moved → http://blog.gluster.org/2013/08/how-far-the-once-mighty-sourceforge-has-fallen/ ***** WE'VE MOVED TO GITHUB ***** DB Browser for SQLite is a light GUI editor for SQLite databases, built on top of Qt. The main goal of the project is to allow non-technical users to create, modify and edit SQLite databases using a set of wizards and a spreadsheet-like interface. Note - This project has previous been known as "SQLite Browser" and "Database Browser for SQLite". "DB Browser for SQLite" will hopefully be the name that sticks. :)
LDAPManager is an open source Cocoa application, written in Objective-C, to provide an LDAP browser/editor with a native Mac OS X interface. Should work fine on Tiger and Panther, and perhaps earlier.
CueMol - Molecular Visualization Framework
This program is an easy to use subtitle editor for Mac OS X. Currently, SubtitleEditor only supports SRT-files.
Trebuchet is a 100% TCL cross-platform GUI MUD client, designed to be powerful and extensible, yet easy to use. This client also has support for advanced features, such as SSL encryption, and allowing the server to request custom GUI dialogs.
Tired of waiting for Apple to really support QuickTime in Cocoa? QTKit is a project by and for Cocoa developers to provide full access to QuickTime from ObjC.
UnaceX extracts ACE (.ace) files on OS X. It is a grafical interface wrapping the commandline tool macunace.
Complete rewrite for Mac OS X of the famous multimodal, programmable Text Editor Alpha. Alpha has powerful editing capabilities for TeX and LaTeX documents, Web pages in HTML, R scripts or source files for many programming languages and it is extendible. This new core basis is based on Apple's Cocoa framework and comes with an entirely revised and improved Tcl library of packages. See the Home Page at http://alphacocoa.sourceforge.net.
Association Subscribers Manager allow any association you might also call it "clubs" (like sports clubs or art clubs) to manage easily a large number of subscribers. It runs on GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and windows systems thanks to the Qt 4 framework.
Easily create,browse and share knowledge bases on Windows, Mac & Linux
Goozzee allows you to easily create, browse and share knowledge bases & documentation repositories, using topic maps. Use this software to store notes, files of any type - even very large ones. Create links between your notes and files, and browse through your knowledge base by following these links, or simply search using the fast and powerful full text search engine. The GUI is written in C++ (using wxWidgets for easier cross-platform portability), and data is saved in a mysql relational database. Goozzee is available in 2 versions : - "Personal Edition" : single-user mode, using an embedded Mysql database engine. - "Network Edition" : multi-user mode, where Goozzee uses a mysql or MariaDB server to store its data.
Transana is a cross-platform tool for the transcription and qualitative analysis of audio and video data. It also provides the ability to identify and organize analytically interesting portions of videos, as well as attach keywords to those video clips.
The XonX project is used by developers of XFree86 for Darwin and Mac OS X to share and distribute code and information. All of the code developed is committed to the XFree86 Project's CVS server.
Movino is a solution for streaming and broadcasting live video from smartphones
The Java Embedding Plugin allows other web browsers than Apple's Safari to use the most recent versions of Java (1.4.X and above) on Mac OS X.
BitRocket is a Native BitTorrent client for Mac OS X. At the heart of it's core resides the powerful libtorrent BitTorrent library. BitRocket is aimed to be a good alternative to other Mac OS X BitTorrent clients.
Android, UIQ 3.0, Series 60 Edition 5 open-source software
Android, Symbian UIQ 3.0 and Symbian Series 60 Edition 5 open-source software, tools, libraries and themes. Most notable the FX-602P / FX-603P Simulator and the HP-45 Emulator are hosted here.
Mac OS X driver for the Thrustmaster Mark I (FCS/WCS/RCS) ADB joystick.
Chamonix is a CHM viewer for Mac OS X 10.4. It is an Objective-C app that uses CHM lib (http://sourceforge.net/projects/chmlib), Cocoa and WebKit. It supports ToC, Indexing, Search and Favourites and multiple CHM documents.
App to automatically clear cache, cookies, etc. from Safari on quit
For Safari 5.1 or greater on OS X 10.7 - 10.9 (I have received feedback this app does not effectively remove cookies etc in Yosemite. The underlying applescript can be updated to target newer locations in 10.10 by any adventurous folks out there, as described in the read me) This application provides options to clear cookies, cache, history, top sites, saved state, and "local storage" (Safari and Flash storage) automatically each time Safari quits. There is also an option to turn Safari's Private Browsing on automatically on launch. Just launch SafariCleaner and select the items you want to clear on quit, simple as that! Note: If you want to use the Private Browsing feature, you must go to System Preferences-->Universal Access and check "Enable access for assistive devices" I hope you'll find this app helpful. If you have any comments, feedback about bugs, or feature requests, please post them in the forum. Thanks.