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Little Go patrick Tue, 12 Apr 2011 19:32

The project page for Little Go has moved to http://littlego.herzbube.ch/.

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Aqua Crystal Ball patrick Sat, 26 Sep 2009 20:29
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Aqua Crystal Ball is a plugin script for the Gimp. It can be used to create Mac OS X icons with a (surprise!) "Aqua Crystal Ball" effect. The 128 x 128 image on the right demonstrates the result of the script with only the "circle color" parameter value changed from the script's default settings.

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dgsmonX patrick Fri, 08 May 2009 06:06

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dgsmonX is a faceless Mac OS X application (i.e. an application that is not visible in the Dock) that monitors the games you have joined on any number of Dragon Go Servers (DGS) and alerts you when it is your turn to move.

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mkroesti

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mkroesti is a hash generator written in Python.

mkroesti can be used both as a command line utility and as a web tool (demo site). It takes an input (e.g. a file, or a password) and generates different kinds of hashes from that input. The hashes to generate are selected by naming them on the command line, or ticking the corresponding checkboxes in the web GUI.

mkroesti provides no hash algorithm implementations of its own. Instead it consists of a collection of front-ends to hash algorithms available in the Python Standard Library, and from a number of third-party modules. See the section Dependencies for details.

mkroesti also defines a couple of interfaces that allow third parties to inject new front-ends to previously unavailable hash algorithms. For more information on how this extension mechanism works, please read the section "How to extend mkroesti" in the README file.

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AceXpander patrick Sat, 15 Apr 2006 02:44

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AceXpander is a Mac OS X graphical user interface to the unace command line utility. With AceXpander installed, you can simply double-click on any ACE archive in the Finder and the contents of the archive will be extracted to a sub-folder of the same folder where the original archive is located. To configure AceXpander, or to use additional program features, you have to directly launch the application (e.g. by double-clicking on the application icon in the Finder or the Dock).

Important note: AceXpander no longer runs on modern versions of Mac OS X because the unace utility that it ships with is a PowerPC binary. An updated version of the utility is not available because the WinAce project appears to be defunct.

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