Makefile MacOS

Open-source Makefile projects categorized as MacOS Edit details

Top 7 Makefile MacOS Projects

  • theos

    A cross-platform suite of tools for building and deploying software for iOS and other platforms.

    Project mention: "ld: unsupported tapi file type" when trying to compile open source tweak | reddit.com/r/jailbreakdevelopers | 2022-09-09

    I followed this fix and that seemed to solve the permissions issue, but now I’m getting this.. lol

  • nativefiledialog

    A tiny, neat C library that portably invokes native file open and save dialogs.

  • talent.io

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  • wacom-driver-fix

    Fixes the Wacom Bamboo, Graphire, Intuos 1+2+3 and Cintiq 1st gen tablet drivers for macOS Catalina, Big Sur, Monterey (including M1 macs)

    Project mention: Just was given an Intuos 3 tablet for free. What do I need to get to use it properly? | reddit.com/r/wacom | 2022-09-14
  • KVM-Opencore

    OpenCore disk image for running macOS VMs on Proxmox/QEMU

    Project mention: Bare Metal vs Virtualization dual boot | reddit.com/r/hackintosh | 2022-07-27

    The mid/hard way would be to have a powerful PC like I did recently, switch to Linux as the host, and use it as your main OS and then for specific stuff, turn on the Windows or OSX machines. The problem here is that you have to deal with Linux and its quirks... editing files with the terminal, sudo, setting up QEMU, editing the libvirt XML files (or create your own bash scripts for QEMU) and so on... It feels like a hassle sometimes, and getting OSX to work in a virtual environment is a hit or miss - there's a few projects out there that can help) but then getting them to work is like running a command and having it contained in its own "window" and you can also share files between the host and the VM almost seamlessly.

  • Procursus

    Modern *OS Bootstrap

    Project mention: R.I.P. C++ /s | reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor | 2022-07-24

    Or an example I just used: I was messing around with my jailbroken iPhone 8; I noticed that neither apple, nor Procursus included netcat on the device. I couldn’t find a MachO arm build for it, so I just used rustcat, and quickly compiled it for my iPhone.

  • macos-fn-toggle

    A macOS app to quickly toggle the behavior of the fn key.

    Project mention: Make the function key toggleable on macbook? | reddit.com/r/mac | 2022-05-26
  • openfoam-app

    Native OpenFOAM for macOS. OpenFOAM v2206 now available!

    Project mention: Native OpenFOAM for macOS (v2112 and later) - OpenFOAM.app | reddit.com/r/OpenFOAM | 2022-06-30

    Anyway, I still do see a point in a standalone build, so I took your suggestion and made a [draft PR](https://github.com/gerlero/openfoam-app/pull/57). If this passes CI in some form I'm able to maintain without too much extra effort (unfortunately, I don't expect it to pass as it is now due to long compile times), I could explore the idea further.

  • SonarLint

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-09-14.

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Index

What are some of the best open-source MacOS projects in Makefile? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 theos 3,863
2 nativefiledialog 1,388
3 wacom-driver-fix 1,084
4 KVM-Opencore 677
5 Procursus 632
6 macos-fn-toggle 194
7 openfoam-app 26
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