The Build Installer provides a lightweight GUI installer application to go over an existing configure/make/install source package. Its purpose is to make installing software from source easier and faster for end users, particularly non-developers.
The Cowry project promotes the use of Mac OS X style bundles as a means for software packaging and delivery. This includes installation handling, automatic updates, and handling of multi-component applications.
disk images deployment server.
Finch is a package dependency graph management engine with interfaces in many programming languages (C, Obj-C, Perl, etc). The goal for this project is to provide a robust replacement for the current dependency engine in Fink (fink.sourceforge.net)
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
Locomotive is a Cocoa GUI application that simplifies the process of developing Ruby on Rails applications on Mac OS X 10.4
Building a small bundle for MacOS X 10.2 in order to support menu extras in the same way they were supported in MacOS X 10.1
A Linux/GNU distribution aimed at providing a user focused, OpenStep feeling, from bootup on.. It is designed to run on a Debian Sarge system. (Think Fruit for x86)
UPMS is based on BSD ports system, it can be used on any FSH 2.x Linux compatible distribution. UPMS have two level of dependencies checking, required and suggested. This two levels makes UPMS to tune all of the packages to optimal or minimal, depend on
autosoftwareupdate allows the automation of Apple's softwareupdate command-line utility for Mac OS X.
A net-aware installer for Mac OS X
the linux/posix family bash scheduled tasks, "command schedule task to be run" is save on the file, also logging for "how many times its have been run & more ..." please be sure for seting up the user access for the binary,config,log before it's run.