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Smartlendar is a calendar for the Android and iPhone platforms. This calendar will be a simple evolution of the classic one with some extra like SMS alerts for events including several people : meetings, parties, etc. It may be integrated into the desktop of the mobile in order to have a look on ... [More] upcoming events. The most important part of this project is the synchronization with an other calendar installed on a computer. Indeed, Smartlendar will have the opportunity to be synchronized with a computer in order to always have an up-to-date calendar on both devices. The calendar on the computer will be part of an other project using the Qt framework. [Less]

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Xblaze

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An Xfire client for Mac OS X implemented as an Adium plugin.

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MSOEngine

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An open source implementation of the Stack Overflow API for Cocoa

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Code written by Stephan Cleaves of Yellow Camp Software and made freely available to the community. Please visit the Yellow Camp Software blog for more details.

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bdauthorize

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BDAuthorize shows how to use Cocoa's Security framework to perform root-level operations like privileged writes and sudo commands.

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secondgearllc.com public source code repository. This is code I've decided to share to help the community. Please contact us if you have any feedback.

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DescriptionGrammarKit is a simple framework for RFC4234 definition & parsing RFC 2234 / 4234RFC 2234 was previously mentioned, but this RFC is obsolete (since October 2005), therefore there will be a few changes to the current implementation to conform to the current RFC: 4234. ... [More] DefinitionThis framework will be able to load a set of rules from a properly formatted file. New rules can also be added at run time, to allow maximum flexibility. Rules can be flagged as applicable or not, to control what rules we would like to use to parse the target. ParsingGiven a set of rules, GrammarKit can parse text according to those, and return results in 2 different ways: A list of NSRange for each applicable rule A typical syntax tree PlatformsGrammarKit is developed for Mac OS X for now, but we hope to port it to GNUstep as soon as it's usable. StatusBasic engine for rules definition (done) RFC 4234 Core rules (done) RFC 4234 Self rules Parsing as a list of NSRange (done) Parsing as a syntax tree [Less]

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pies-email-shrouder

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PIES is a small program for Mac OS X that obfuscates one's email in order to deter its harvesting by spammers and robots. It is small, fast, has a light memory footprint, and features an attractive Cocoa interface written in Objective-C. In the long-held tradition of GNU naming, PIES stands for PIES Isn't an Email Shrouder.

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Update Engine

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