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go-gtk - Go binding for GTK

  •    Go

Don't forget, that you need the GTK-Development-Packages.If you use linux, you should install libgtk+-2.0 and packages that depend on gtk.

nmap - Nmap - the Network Mapper. Github mirror of official SVN repository.

  •    Lua

Nmap is released under a custom license, which is based on (but not compatible with) GPLv2. The Nmap license allows free usage by end users, and we also offer a commercial license for companies that wish to redistribute Nmap technology with their products. See Nmap Copyright and Licensing for full details.Full documentation is also available on the Nmap.org website.

pythonnet - Python for

  •    CSharp

Python for .NET is a package that gives Python programmers nearly seamless integration with the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) and provides a powerful application scripting tool for .NET developers. It allows Python code to interact with the CLR, and may also be used to embed Python into a .NET application.Python for .NET allows CLR namespaces to be treated essentially as Python packages.




Mailspring - A beautiful, fast Webmail

  •    Javascript

Mailspring is built on the modern web with Electron, React, and Flux. It is designed to be extensible, so it's easy to create new experiences and workflows around email.

NodObjC - The Node.js ⇆ Objective-C bridge

  •    Javascript

NodObjC exposes the Objective-C runtime to Node.js in a high-level, easy to use fashion. It uses the BridgeSupport files to dynamically generate an API from an Objective-C "Framework", and uses the node ffi module to dynamically interact with the Objective-C runtime.Or add it to the "dependencies" section of your package.json file.

terminal-notifier - Send User Notifications on macOS from the command-line.

  •    Objective-C

terminal-notifier is a command-line tool to send macOS User Notifications, which are available on macOS 10.10 and higher. alerter features were merged in terminal-notifier 1.7. This led to some issues and even more issues in the 1.8 release. We decided with Valère Jeantet to rollback this merge.


WWDC - The unofficial WWDC app for macOS

  •    Swift

WWDC for macOS allows both attendees and non-attendees to access WWDC livestreams, videos and sessions during the conference and as a year-round resource. ⬇️ If you just want to download the latest release, go to the website.

massren - massren - easily rename multiple files using your text editor

  •    Go

Massren is a command line tool that can be used to rename multiple files using your own text editor. Multiple-rename tools are usually difficult to use from the command line since any regular expression needs to be escaped, and each tool uses its own syntax and flavor of regex. The advantage of massren is that you are using the text editor you use every day, and so can use all its features. The tool works by creating a file that contains the filenames of the target directory, and opening this file in the text editor. You can then modify the filenames there directly. Once done, save the text file and the files will be renamed. Lines that are not changed will simply be ignored.

vim-anywhere - Use Vim everywhere you've always wanted to

  •    Shell

Once invoked, vim-anywhere will open a buffer. Close it and its contents are copied to your clipboard and your previous application is refocused. You can adjust the shortcut via system preferences.

DisableMonitor - Easily disable or enable a monitor on your Mac.

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The project development has been stopped and won't be continued, if you want to be a maintainer consider opening an issue. You can contribute to this project! Just create a fork, do the changes and do a pull request. Add new features, languages or what ever you think could enhance the app.

WebShell - Bundle web apps to native OS X app

  •    Swift

WebShell is an OS X WebView shell, which help you easily bundle the Web Apps to native OS X app without coding. Edit Sites/WebShell/Settings.swiftt and change the url whatever you like.

openFrameworks - openFrameworks is a community-developed cross platform toolkit for creative coding in C++

  •    C++

docs has some documentation around OF usage, per platform things to consider, etc. You should definitely take a look in there; for example, if you are on OSX, read the osx.md. apps and examples are where projects go -- examples contains a variety of projects that show you how to use OF, and apps is where your own projects will go. libs contains the libraries that OF uses, including the openframeworks core itself. addons are for additional functionality that's not part of the core. export is for DLLs and dylibs that need to be put in each compiled project. The scripts folder has the templates and small scripts for automating OF per platform. project generator is a GUI based tool for making new projects - this folder is only there in packaged releases. One idea that's important is that OF releases are designed to be self-contained. You can put them anywhere on your hard drive, but it's not possible to mix different releases of OF together, so please keep each release (0.8.0, 0.8.1) separate. Projects may generally work from release to release, but this is not guaranteed. Because OF is self-contained, there's extensive use of local file paths (ie, ../../../) throughout OF. It's important to be aware of how directories are structured. A common error is to take a project and move it so that it's a level below or above where it used to be compared to the root of OF. This means that links such as ../../../libs will break.

docker-osx-dev - A productive development environment with Docker on OS X

  •    Shell

As of March 4, 2018, this project is no longer actively maintained. The Docker for Mac app has made significant improvements in terms of mounted volume performance and file watching, so docker-osx-dev is no longer necessary. I tried many different solutions (see Alternatives) that didn't work until I finally stumbled across one that does: rsync. With rsync, build and compilation performance in mounted folders is on par with native OS X performance and standard file watching mechanisms work properly too. However, setting it up correctly is a painful process that involves many steps, so to make life easier, I've packaged this process up in this docker-osx-dev project.

Starscream - Websockets in swift for iOS and OSX

  •    Swift

Starscream is a conforming WebSocket (RFC 6455) client library in Swift. First thing is to import the framework. See the Installation instructions on how to add the framework to your project.

Platypus - Mac developer tool that creates application bundles from command line scripts

  •    Objective-C

Platypus is an OS X developer tool that creates native Mac applications from interpreted scripts such as shell scripts or Perl and Python programs. This is done by wrapping the script in an application bundle directory structure along with an application binary that runs the script. Platypus makes it easy to share scripts and programs with those unfamiliar with the command line interface. Native user-friendly applications can be created with a few clicks. It is very easy to create installers, administrative applications, login items, status menu items, launchers, automations and droplets using Platypus.

Cumulus - ☁️ A SoundCloud player that lives in your menubar.

  •    Javascript

A SoundCloud player that lives in your menubar. Download the latest release for OSX.

hunter - :package: CMake driven cross-platform package manager for C/C++

  •    CMake

CMake driven cross-platform package manager for C/C++. Linux, Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Raspberry Pi, etc.