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Colonels has a corporation???? :construction:

AHhhhh :)

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I'm working (slowly - real life has an incredible ability to get in the way) on a set of tools analogous to VMware Tools.

I have a working prototype (look in the Windows + VMware + Hackintosh area) using bash, CocoaDialog, and vmw. The immediate future for this project is to provide a compatibility layer in bash between CocoaDialog, xdialog and cdialog. This will provide a (limited) GUI interface to vmw on multiple platforms.

For the Mac, though, I'm going to subsume the vmw code into a proper Cocoa application. This will provide better responsiveness and allow the addition of more features.

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Due to limitations in Automator, I decided to start makeing a better app for kext instalation, and maybe add kext editing too.

This is just a preview
Attached File  Picture_11.png   45.83KB   58 downloads

Usage will be either just drop kext on application and get it installed (including permissions set and tagged cache file) or open application and use drag and drop.

Loginwindow will have option for "quickchange" (delete and replace) or apples recommended reboot version (install at startup).

Thinking about a backup ability when installing, so the app can be used to uninstall kext with too.

Update:
Got a working beta now :thumbsdown_anim: will post it soon probably.
-Easy mode is default, drop files on application, type pw and click button to install
-Advanced will show shell script (editing possible) and give some more options like turn off backup function.

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i intend to start working on some kind of efi emulator for bios

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kind of already made http://www.hackint0s...read.php?t=1092

but doesnt work too well

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i intend to start working on some kind of efi emulator for bios


ummmmmm is all i have to say.

i'm working on some simple maitenence apps with java

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kind of already made http://www.hackint0s...read.php?t=1092

but doesnt work too well

yay! time to steal their idea

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yay! time to steal their idea

Oooh, that's always fun. Taking someone else's code, rebranding it, and calling it your own is a great idea for a lazy sunday afternoon. ;)

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yep, just make sure it isn't bikedudes, he scares me

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i work on a irc packet grabber and a hfs system watcher (gui for fslogger).
itīs all done in xcode and cocoa. :)

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yep, just make sure it isn't bikedudes, he scares me


so bikedude scares you with this

Sharp laptop with no CD or floppy drive, 366Mhz Pentium 2 proc, and 128MB RAM

:star_smile:

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Nice colonel! Where can i get it?

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I'm working on a virtual flash card application. You give it sets of text that it puts on the front and back of flashcards and shows the front of a random card when you click one button, then flips it over when you click another.

its fun, but i need more knowledge on openGL to make the graphics work.

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I'm working on learning Cocoa :) and i will make Arabic Localization for OSX86 Utility Program inshaallah.

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I am currently working on an app to change the XML plist settings for ffscroll so changing the sensitivity and such is as easy as running my app moving some sliders and clicking ok. The gui is almost done and im still researching making it generate the plist. Im new to cocoa so syntax is getting in my way but I will get there. If anyone has a tutorial or even an example of a cocoa app to edit xml files I would love to see it.

PM me or email at compwizd2003@gmail.com

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i've been working on a web browser in REALbasic... i got pretty far and then stopped for a while, then started again. Its really just for fun and to pass time. But now that im in college, i dont have a lot of time. haha.

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Hello guys,
I'm brazilian (excuse my english still bad), 26 years old and newbie in Cocoa. I've done a series of tests and studies with ObjC and still have doubts about which database to use in my project.
I'm starting the development of a finance and administrative management software (free) for newspapers (media).
I tried with the framework BaseTen (PostgreSQL). It is interesting, but I'd like to save the data in files created by the program. Any suggestions?
Thanks 4 all.

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i've been working on a web browser in REALbasic... i got pretty far and then stopped for a while, then started again. Its really just for fun and to pass time. But now that im in college, i dont have a lot of time. haha.


is real basic anything like visual basic?

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is real basic anything like visual basic?

Yes. But if you are using any of the .Net Framework then you will need to write your own code to replace this. Visual Basic 6 resembles it more closely. Of course it isn't identical, but there are definitely some similarities there.
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I just wanted to let you guy's know im working on a Parallels Desktop 6 Modded Installer. I dont know how many of you guy's know that when installing it on a OSX86 hackintosh sometimes it gets a problem with the system requirement (like the cpu)

So with the modded installer you dont worry about nothing. Before you could just delete or edit some stuff on previous version like 3 and 4 but on 6 you cant. I was looking for a way on google and on forums and I only found the solution for previous version. I have been since 11:30pm to 5:00am working on it and almost done. :)

Features:

You can run the installer on any Mac OS X it.....
Doesn't matter what CPU you have
Doesn't have to be root volume
Doesn't matter how much RAM you have
Doesn't matter what version of Mac OS X you have
No need to rester after installation

Note:
This mod let you install without passing the system requirements but that doesn't mean the program will work perfectly for your system.

I have install it on my Inspiron 1525 running snow leopard 10.6.5 and it works perfectly! :D

Will be out soon.

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