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HexEdit v 1.2


IcePick 4.0.4 - MacApp View Editor!

Announcing the release of IcePick 4.0.4! IcePick is a Power PC native
version of what was once the premier view editor for the MacApp
application framework. IcePick allows programmers and non programmers
alike to visually create their application win...

Collection OPS F-1.0.8

This is a set of more than 70 objects to be used with OpenStack.

You'll find objects classified in different folders like ready-made
buttons and fields, tools for buttons, fields, cards, stacks, tools for

THINK Scripts 1.2.1.sit.hqx

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 94 22:38:27 +0100

THINK Scripts 1.2.1

Five AppleScript droplets for use in combination with Symantec C++ 6.0.1.
Items new in versions 1.2 and 1.2.1 are marked with a bullet. The only
difference between versions 1.2 and 1.2.1 is t...


Macintosh port of GNU Emacs 20.3
This StuffIt archive contains the files needed to build the Macintosh
port of GNU Emacs 20.3. Either Metrowerks CodeWarrior Pro 4 or MPW-GW
(Feb. 1999) can be used to build it.

Instructions for building this port ca...


Date: Tue, 9 Feb 1993 15:36:53 +0800

This is the THINK Pascal 4.0.2 source code for MacBinary II+, a
System 7 drag&drop converter for MacBinary files. The source
code may be used for any non-commercial (ie, shareware or
freeware) purpose as lo...


Date: Sun, 8 May 1994 10:33:34 -0400

This is the source code for the Macintosh Tracker MOD player.

It includes Macintosh source to Marc Espie's Tracker 4.0 and
examples of how to call Frank Seide's Sound-Trecker and Antoine
Rosset's MADF-Library ro...


HexKey is a freeware number conversion tool. This is actually a
programmer's tool, but it may be useful to other power users. Converts
Decimal or Hexadecimal numbers to 10 other common Macintosh formats. If
you don't know a Fixed from a Fract, you do...


H2C SDK 1.6
Shareware 15$


SDK for H2C 1.6 plug-in programming.

PowerMac - System 7.5

Antoine Beyeler

Path: /www/exparrot/

H2C_16.hqx - The must for every C++ programmer

H2C 1.6
Shareware 15$


Every C++ programmer spends hours writing function declarations twice, once
in the header file (.h), once in the source file (.cp). H2C greatly simplify
this process. Just dr...

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