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X-Chat Aqua is X-Chat with an Aqua interface for MacOS X. X-Chat Aqua uses the irc engine from X-Chat, and is designed to look and feel like the GTK+ front end.
The Shift project was started in May 2008 as a fork of the apparently defunct CocoaMySQL project. The goal of Shift is to enhance upon the CocoaMySQL project and provide Mac OS X users with a completely free and elegant way to handle their MySQL databases. Future versions of Shift will see a ... [More]
Canary is an open source Twitter client, developed in Objective-C / Cocoa and is under an MIT license. Canary's main features are multiple timelines, filters to help you focus on the stuff you read, drag-and-drop TwitPic integration and an easy way to add/remove/block fellow twitterers. ... [More]
NObjective bridge to Objective-C provides the necessary classes to develop and run .NET applications which interact with Objective-C frameworks and libraries under Mac OS X with high performance and reliability.
Google Toolbox for MacA collection of source from different Google projects that may be of use to developers working other Mac projects. Also includes the Google Developer Spotlight Importers. To browse the Google Toolbox for Mac source code, visit the Source tab. Library changes are documented in ... [More]
You can update your online journal at LiveJournal.com (and other LiveJournal compatible servers) with this Open Source Mac OS X Objective-C Cocoa application.
Duplicate Windows allows for real-time graphical duplication of any window in Mac OS X. DW was developed for the purposes of duplicating windows across multiple monitors during demos and presentations. This allows the presenter to duplicate a program they're interacting with on their laptop ... [More]
PRICE: a high-quality image manipulation and enhancement application. Coded in Objective-C using the Foundation and AppKit framezorks it runs natively on MacOS (Cocoa) and GNUstep (Unix, Solaris, BSD, Linux, Windows)
Cyclone lets the user set the minimum speed of the built-in fans. So you can increase your minimum fan speed to make your Mac run cooler with manual mode or let the program set the minimum fan speed for an apporpriete Idle temp with Automatic mode. In order not to damage your machine iCyclone does ... [More]