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Visor for OSX

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  Analyzed over 4 years ago

Visor for OSX provides a systemwide terminal window accessible via a hot-key, much like the consoles found in games such as Quake.

16.8K lines of code

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almost 6 years since last commit

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Lustro

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

A Mac OS X Leopard application that exports your Address Book contacts to CSV, tab delimited, hCard and Google Contacts. It has built-in auto updating and Keychain integration and is localized in English and Dutch.

29.2K lines of code

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about 8 years since last commit

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Funes

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

I’m one of those people that always rate their songs. Most of the time because I prefer to listen to my favorite music on my iPod when running on the streets. But for me it was just too much effort to open iTunes and rate the song that is currently playing. That is why I developed Funes. An easy to ... [More] use application that lets me choose the rating by clicking the stars in the status menu. [Less]

6.13K lines of code

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almost 9 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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ZipCarton

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

ZipCarton is a plugin for your Mac OS X Address Book that tries to find the ZIP or postal code for the city you entered in your contact's details. ZipCarton is completly free and can find postcodes in 45 countries: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada ... [More] , Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States and the Vatican (using Geonames). Available in Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish. [Less]

1.68K lines of code

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over 8 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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zipkit

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ZipKit is now hosted on BitBucket at http://bitbucket.org/kolpanic/zipkit/

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LazyPoken

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

LazyPoken is tiny application that lives in your System Preferences. Once started it will sit still and wait till you connect the Poken. As soon as a Poken shows up it will wake up and open the Poken website for you. That's it, nothing more, nothing less. Available in English and Dutch.

4.44K lines of code

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over 7 years since last commit

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safaricookies

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Safari Cookies is the only cookie manager built for Mac OS X 10.5+ to integrate directly into Safari, for minimum disruption to your browsing experience Main FeaturesSave favorite cookies to a whitelist Search cookies Automatically remove non-favorite cookies/Flash cookies/Google Analytic cookies ... [More] when quitting Safari Export/Import favorite domains Import Favorites from Safari Bookmarks/TopSites Localized for English, French, Spanish and German Automatic updating via Sparkle Website SIMBL is a requirement for 64bit Support on versions >1.0 [Less]

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almost 8 years since last commit

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prft

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  Analyzed 12 months ago

Project is being moved to new project hosting.

360 lines of code

1 current contributors

almost 9 years since last commit

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safariadblocker

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Safari AdBlocker is the only 64-bit ad blocker built for Mac OS X 10.5+ to integrate directly into Safari, for minimum disruption to your browsing experience Main FeaturesAdblock Plus subscription support Right-click to block images and frames Automatic updating via Sparkle Website SIMBL is a ... [More] requirement for 64bit Support on versions >1.0 Safari AdBlocker is a fork of the SafaiBlock project [Less]

890K lines of code

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over 6 years since last commit

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cocoasmugmug

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CocoaSmugMug 1.2An Objective-C wrapper for the SmugMug 1.2 photo service APIs Release: v1.2 (initial release) Author: Chris Beauvois License: MIT Getting StartedDevelopment Requirements OS X 10.4.x/10.5.x Cocoa.framework /usr/lib/libcrypto.0.9.x.dylib (ships with OS X 10.4/5, include in ... [More] your Xcode project under "Frameworks") SmugMug provides four choices of response formats: REST, JSON, PHP, and XML-RPC (default is REST). CocoaSmugMug delegates parsing responses through a simple protocol that you implement using the toolkit of your choosing for your choice of response format (see ResponseFormatter, declared in CocoaSmugMug.h). For example: To parse JSON-formatted responses using Blake Seely's BSJSONAdditions (available at http://blakeseely.com/downloads.html ): First, implement the ResponseFormatter protocol, or create a new class that implements the protocol: @interface BSJSONResponseFormatter : NSObject @endResponseFormatter has two methods: @protocol ResponseFormatter - (NSString *)formatType; - (NSDictionary *)formatDictionaryFromResponseData:(NSData *)data; @endThe formatType method returns the JSON format type, declared in CocoaSmugMug.h: - (NSString *)formatType { return SMUGMUG_JSON_FORMAT; }The formatDictionaryFromResponseData: method converts the JSON-formatted response data into an NSDictionary. BSJSONAdditions adds a category to NSDictionary for converting a JSON-formatted string into an NSDictionary: #import "NSDictionary+BSJSONAdditions.h" - (NSDictionary *)formatDictionaryFromResponseData:(NSData *)data { // create an autoreleased NSString from data NSMutableString *jsonString = [[[NSMutableString alloc] initWithData:data encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding] autorelease]; // fix JSON URLs [jsonString replaceOccurrencesOfString:@"\\/" withString:@"/" options:NSCaseInsensitiveSearch range:NSMakeRange(0, [string length])]; // now, format the response using the NSDictionary+BSJSONAdditions category NSDictionary *responseDictionary = [NSDictionary dictionaryWithJSONString:jsonString]; return responseDictionary; }UsageWhen instanciating CocoaSmugMug, the designated initializer's single argument is an instance of your formatter: BSJSONResponseFormatter *formatter = [[[BSJSONResponseFormatter alloc] init] autorelease]; CocoaSmugMug *smugmug = [[CocoaSmugMug alloc] initWithResponseFormatter:formatter];You are now ready to begin using CocoaSmugMug: // login SmugMugResponse *response = [smugmug secureLoginWithAPIKey:apiKey email:userEmail password:userPassword]; // login with password hash NSString *hash = [[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Login"] objectForKey:@"PasswordHash"]; NSString *userID = [[[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Login"] objectForKey:@"User"] objectForKey:@"id"]; response = [smugmug loginWithAPIKey:apiKey userID:userID passwordHash:hash]; // to use SSL for all requests (be sure to add libcrypto.0.9.7.dylib to your Xcode project's frameworks) [smugmug setShouldUseSSL:YES]; // to get your account tree, albums or categories response = [smugmug getTree]; NSLog(@"\n\ngetTree:\n%@\n\n-------------------------------------", [response responseDictionary]); response = [smugmug getAllAlbums]; NSLog(@"\n\ngetAllAlbums:\n%@\n\n-------------------------------------", [response responseDictionary]); response = [smugmug getAllSubCategories]; NSLog(@"\n\ngetAllSubCategories:\n%@\n\n-------------------------------------", [response responseDictionary]); // to create a category response = [smugmug createCategory:@"Test Category"]; NSNumber *testCategoryID = [[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Category"] objectForKey:@"id"]; // to create a subcategory response = [smugmug createSubCategoryWithName:@"Test Subcategory" forCategory:testCategoryID]; NSNumber *testSubcategoryID = [[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"SubCategory"] objectForKey:@"id"]; // to create and customize an album in one shot response = [smugmug createAlbumWithTitle:@"Test Album" categoryID:testCategoryID albumTemplateID:[NSNumber numberWithInt:0] subCategoryID:testSubcategoryID communityID:[NSNumber numberWithInt:0] description:@"This is a test" keywords:nil password:nil passwordHint:nil position:[NSNumber numberWithInt:3] sortMethod:nil sortDirection:YES public:NO filenames:NO comments:NO external:NO EXIF:YES share:NO printable:YES originals:YES familyEdit:NO friendEdit:NO header:NO templateID:[NSNumber numberWithInt:0] larges:YES clean:YES protected:YES watermarking:NO proofDays:[NSNumber numberWithInt:5] backprinting:nil smugSearchable:nil worldSearchable:nil]; NSNumber *testAlbumID = [[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Album"] objectForKey:@"id"]; // synchronous upload NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:@"http://mechanicalmoon.com/Chris.jpg"]; response = [smugmug imageUpload:url toAlbum:testAlbumID withName:nil caption:@"synchronous" keywords:[NSArray arrayWithObject:@"testing; one; two"] latitude:[NSNumber numberWithDouble:40.714] longitude:[NSNumber numberWithDouble:-74.006] altitude:[NSNumber numberWithInt:33]]; // asynchronous upload NSDistributedNotificationCenter *center = [NSDistributedNotificationCenter defaultCenter]; [center addObserver:self selector:@selector(didCompleteUploadNotification:) name:CocoaSmugMugDidCompleteUploadNotification object:nil]; [center addObserver:self selector:@selector(errorDuringUploadNotification:) name:CocoaSmugMugUploadErrorNotification object:nil]; NSString *transactionID = [smugmug threadedImageUpload:url toAlbum:testAlbumID withName:@"Chris.jpg" caption:@"Katia likes Chris" keywords:[NSArray arrayWithObject:@"asynch"] latitude:[NSNumber numberWithDouble:40.714] longitude:[NSNumber numberWithDouble:-74.006] altitude:[NSNumber numberWithInt:33]]; - (void)didCompleteUploadNotification:(NSNotification *)notification { // get the uploaded image's id SmugMugResponse *response = [smugmug responseFromDidCompleteUploadNotification:notification]; NSNumber *imageID = [[[_response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Image"] objectForKey:@"id"]; // get an URL to the image response = [smugmug getInfoForImage:imageID]; NSString *largeURL = [[[response responseDictionary] objectForKey:@"Image"] objectForKey:@"LargeURL"]; // display in default browser [[NSWorkspace sharedWorkspace] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:largeURL]]; } - (void)errorDuringUploadNotification:(NSNotification *)notification { // retrieve error dictionary from the distributed notification NSDictionary *errorDictionary = [smugmug errorDictionaryFromUploadErrorNotification:notification]; NSLog(@"errorDictionary: %@", errorDictionary); } @endContactFor any questions, comments, bug reports, etc. drop me a line at cocoasmugmug at gmail dot com. 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Licenses: MIT