Python Macosx

Open-source Python projects categorized as Macosx

Top 12 Python Macosx Projects

  • persepolis

    Persepolis Download Manager is a GUI for aria2.

    Project mention: Password-stealing Linux malware served for 3 years and no one noticed | | 2023-09-12

    This is installed by adding a shady repository to your apt sources.list...

    How is this a supply chain attack? My official debian repository have never been breached so far.

    This is no different from downloading an .exe of a shady website and running it.

    Also: lists:

    • uget:

    • kget:

    • persepolis:

    why use "Free Download Manager"? Is this targeting new-comers from windows?

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  • Phoenix

    wxPython's Project Phoenix. A new implementation of wxPython, better, stronger, faster than he was before. (by wxWidgets)

  • EvilOSX

    An evil RAT (Remote Administration Tool) for macOS / OS X.

  • codechecker

    CodeChecker is an analyzer tooling, defect database and viewer extension for the Clang Static Analyzer and Clang Tidy

  • osxphotos

    Python app to work with pictures and associated metadata from Apple Photos on macOS. Also includes a package to provide programmatic access to the Photos library, pictures, and metadata.

    Project mention: Cleaning up my 200GB iCloud with some JavaScript | | 2024-01-05

    > Any method that I've found to clean them up (exporting the originals, deleting them from the library, and then re-importing the JPEGs only seems easiest) will lose all of the years of metadata that I've built up in the library.

    The open source tool osxphotos ( can help with this. You can export the JPEG images while preserving metadata using the thrid-party exiftool utility:

    `osxphotos export /path/to/export --has-raw --skip-raw --exiftool`

    This exports all images that have a raw pair but skips the raw component then uses exiftool ( to write the metadata (keywords, etc.) to the exported JPEG files. You can then re-import these into photos either by dragging them or by running `osxphotos import /path/to/export/*`

    Both the export and import commands have many other options for controlling export directory, etc. `osxphotos help export` or `osxphotos docs` to open docs in browser. (Disclaimer: I'm the author of osxphotos)

  • tandem

    Typing in Tandem. Decentralized, cross-editor, collaborative text-editing!

  • FetchCord

    FetchCord grabs your OS info and displays it as Discord Rich Presence

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • tmo-monitor

    A lightweight, cross-platform Python 3 script that can monitor the T-Mobile Home Internet Nokia, Arcadyan, and Sagecom 5G Gateways for 4G/5G bands, cellular site (tower), and internet connectivity and reboots as needed or on-demand.

    Project mention: Any way to reboot Arc gateway weekly? | /r/tmobileisp | 2023-10-12
  • mytesla

    Display information about and remotely control your Tesla vehicles from the MacOS menubar

  • photokit

    Python package for accessing the macOS library via Apple's native PhotoKit framework

    Project mention: Crazy idea: bi-directional sync with Photos? | /r/osxphotos | 2023-10-02

    I'm making good progress with photokit which allows me to use the full private API to make changes to the Photos library. I took a small break to add iPhoto support to osxphotos....because I need to access an old iPhoto library. But I had a crazy thought -- it would be possible with the new code to create a "bi-directional" Photos sync. That is, you could create an export of your Photos library then use another DAM (or just the file system) to manage it and edit photos. These changes would be detected by osxphotos and synced back to Photos. For example, you edit an exported image in Photoshop. The change is detected by osxphotos as an edit and it creates a change request in Photos to add the edit back to Photos. You change a keyword on a photo and osxphotos detects that and adds it back to the original in Photos. You edit a photo in Photos and this is detected and the exported copy updated. This would work best with a background process that monitors for changes. There's a lot of ways this could go wrong but it might be a way to "have your cake and eat it too" -- use Photos for syncing to iPhone, etc. but also be able to manage your photos "manually" in the Finder or using something like Digicam. Does this sound useful?

  • ameli-ai

    Ameli, a cross platform personal voice assistant for Windows/Linux/MacOS/Android/iOS

  • osxdocker

    A CLI for working with docker on OSX

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).

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

Project Stars
1 persepolis 6,148
2 Phoenix 2,248
3 EvilOSX 2,198
4 codechecker 2,153
5 osxphotos 1,858
6 tandem 695
7 FetchCord 325
8 tmo-monitor 87
9 mytesla 30
10 photokit 7
11 ameli-ai 6
12 osxdocker 2

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