Realpolitik is a cross-platform (Mac/Win32) viewer and adjudicator for the game Diplomacy, with a point-and-click interface, game history, and text and bitmap reports for GMs. It has over a dozen rule and map variants, and you can easily create your own
MacPerl supports the Perl programming language on Mac OS (not Mac OS X). Mac OS 8.1 - 9.x are supported; 7.5.5 is supported by the MPW tool and older versions of the app. 5.6.1r2 is the current version (based on perl 5.6.1); MacPerl 5.8 is in development
FMSync is Macintosh software that provides sychronization between FileMaker Pro and the Palm application JFile.
JimboVector 3D is a suite of applications and source code which allow 3D application developers to easily implement complex 3D items into their projects. Such items would include character animations and physics, 3D maps, realtime 3D animated cutscenes,
MacPerl module to do Apple Events more simply. This project has been moved to the pudge project at http://sf.net/projects/pudge/.
Control Mac apps with Apple event terminology. This project has been moved to the pudge project at http://sf.net/projects/pudge/.
This is a collection of Perl modules for accessing the Mac OS (Carbon) API. It was designed for use on Mac OS, but is being ported for use on Mac OS X as well.
MacHTTP is the original Web server created for Macintosh. This project attempts to resurrect and update this venerable piece of Internet history.
This is an XML-RPC client implementation for the popular REALbasic programming environment.
a collaborative macromedia flash project that will allow end users the ability to create interactive multimedia narrative threads in an evolving story. this project will fascilitate the development of new tools and content for this purpose.
A Interactive Network VideoGame
cpan-mac is tools for using CPAN with MacPerl 5.2.0r4. It is NOT compatible with MacPerl 5.6.1, which already includes the modified modules and tools from cpan-mac. cpan-mac will not be developed further; future development will be in MacPerl itself.