Microsoft this week acquired [url=http://www.teamprise.com/]Teamprise[/url], a division of [url=http://www.sourcegear.com/]SourceGear[/url] that built tools to give developers access to Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server from systems running Linux, Mac OS X and Unix.SourceGear's flagship [url=http://www.sourcegear.com/sos/]SourceOffSite[/url] provides remote access to Visual SouceSafe, Microsoft's version control system. Teamprise comes in [url=http://www.teamprise.com/products/download/]three forms[/url]. The Plug-in for Eclipse allows developers source control, bug tracking, build and reporting operations from within their current Eclipse environment or Eclipse-based IDE. Teamprise Explorer does the same but can can stand alone. There's also the Command-Line Client automated builds and other scripting situations. Updated to version 3.2 in March, Teamprise …

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I'm a fairly prominent member of the Linux Community as a writer, contributor, and longtime evangelist for the cause and there are a few things I'd like the Community-at-Large to consider on my behalf. These are five things that I wish Linux had. Consider this as my wish list for the 2009 development calendar. 1. Built-in Paravirtualization - I want a distribution that is paravirtualized--that is to say, a distribution that comes out of the box ready to give you the virtualization you need as a hypervisor OS. I know there's projects like [URL="http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition/jeos"]JeOS[/URL] and [URL="http://www.proxmox.org/"]ProxMox[/URL] but I want a …

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As you can see from the title, I'm suffering the problem. developer.apple.com didn't provide much information about this, I have to ask for solution somewhere else. I already know how to up/down-load files and create directories, but the official reference doesn't say how to undo it. I hope some one can tell me how to achieve this goal, or how to mount a ftp server as a local disk. Thanks.

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Hi guys. I'm trying to find a good open source project written in C (any kind: email, browser, chat program, communications program, music player) to download for the Mac os X preferably for Xcode. I would like to examine these open source programs' source and understand what they do (pick up a few programming tricks from them, learn a few things). Then maybe I can slowly learn to write bigger and bigger programs. That'd be cool My Os is: Mac Os 10.6.4 Snow Leopard Xcode: 3.2.1

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Hi guys, I'm new to this site and I have a question regarding internet bots in general. What I want to do is to use C (or php) to create a bot that will scan the internet (perhaps log into sites, retrieve data, get links, play internet games?) on the Mac Os X. Also, the concept of an internet bot is quite fuzzy to me right now. It seems there are two ways to implement a bot: through emulating mouse clicks and by using network functions such as cURL. Which is really used to make internet bots?

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Does it seem to you that Linux distributions have fallen into to a [I]well[/I] or other deep support chasm that defies the space-time continuum? It seems so to me. Linux distributions are lagging behind Windows and Mac in significant ways. Well, it doesn't work for this chipset. Well, it works but you have to tweak it. Well, it works but...is the common theme for many Linux installations. This generates frustrations for users old and new. It's hard to convince someone to use Linux when it's even hard for me to do something that would be impossible for a newbie. For …

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Support for RESTful Web services, JBoss Seam and Java refactorings and code inspections are among the new features in [url=http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/newfeatures.html]IntelliJ IDEA 8[/url], JetBrains' Java IDE for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows that began shipping today. If you're not familiar, JetBrains' raison d'être is to make an integrated development environment that keeps developers productive and integrates tightly with other open source development tools such as Ant, JUnit and Subversion. Among the new productivity features in IntelliJ IDEA 8 according to a [url=http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/25-can.html]list of what's new[/url] is an ability to jump from a class to its test case; see which Subversion …

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Apple has grabbed lots of headlines this week, some for things it has done, others for things done to it. Of all the major Apple products, only the iPod has escaped mention. With perhaps the potential to affect the most people is the deal announced this week with AT&T to extend exclusivity with the iPhone's only service provider until 2010. According to a [URL=http://www.usatoday.com/tech/wireless/phones/2008-07-31-att-iphone-stephenson-apple_N.htm?loc=interstitialskip]story Thursday in USA Today[/URL], the two have conspired to ditch Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon customers, which expected to have access to the apple of every geek's eye after the end of 2008. AT&T made the deal …

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A built-in profiler, a new attributes language and enhanced project analyzer are among the features in RealBasic 3, the cross-platform integrated development environment from Real Software. The IDE for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows began shipping today. RealBasic 3 now supports attributes—which the company characterizes as compile-time properties—for project items and code items. Attribute names can take the form of either an identifier (which for now are limited to “reserved” or “hidden”) or a string, and can optionally carry a value. An attributes editor retrieves attributes at runtime though the Introspection.TypeInfo class. For class declarations, attributed are inherited from …

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It’s been more than 10 days since the latest AppleScript.THT Trojan horse for Mac OS X reared its ugly head, yet still no word or fix from Apple. The new threat to versions 10.4 and 10.5 is classified as critical by the SecureMac security site, exploits a hole in the Apple Remote Desktop Agent to completely overtake an infected Mac and delete files and wreak other kinds of havoc. This threat, discovered on June 19, was [URL=http://www.securemac.com/applescript-tht-trojan-horse.php] made public on the SecureMac site[/URL] a week ago today. There have been a few [URL=http://discussions.apple.com/forum.jspa?forumID=1007]rumblings on Apple’s discussion forums[/URL], but to date, …

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Add one to the [URL=http://www.testingfaqs.org/t-static.html] list of static analysis tools[/URL] available for scanning source code for bugs, errors and departures from programming best practices. And this one’s for Mac OS X. GrammaTech yesterday began shipping CodeSonar 3.1 Enterprise, a version of its GUI-based analysis tool that it claims finds defects others often miss. CodeSonar “performs a whole-program, interprocedural analysis on code and identifies complex programming bugs that can result in system crashes, memory corruption” and other anomalies, according to the company. With its analysis tools for C, C++ and Ada programming languages, the company has historically addressed avionics, satellite, industrial …

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Mac OS X is safer today than it was Tuesday, thanks to Apple. The company on Wednesday posted [URL= http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1141]Security Update 2008-003[/URL], containing forty one performance and security fixes for the enhanced Active Directory, AirPort, iChat, Mail, Time Machine and several other components of the company’s operating system. It also fixes a flaw in iCal that would leave machines vulnerable to remote code execution and potential hacking or theft of data. The update, for Mac OS X 10.4.11 and Mac Server OS X 10.4.11, brings Leopard users to version 10.5.3, and is strongly recommended for anyone using prior versions. Mac …

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I could have sworn that only Apple was making Apple-compatible computers. I remember well the era in which Apple famously granted—then revoked—licenses to Motorola and others to manufacture hardware that would run Mac OS. As I read today that a company called Psystar Corp. [URL="http://www.psystar.com"](www.psystar.com)[/URL] was selling “an alternative to pricey Apple hardware,” I thought the rules had changed while I wasn’t looking. Or did they? Unfortunately, the whole thing appears to be a complete scam, and one that almost every media outlet that covered it fell for hook, line and sinker. Googling “psystar” returns about half a million hits, …

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