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Code by Kevin releases FileMorph and TextSweep 1.1

Nov 17, 2012 - Code by Kevin has released updates for two new Mac applications for batch file operations: FileMorph 1.1 and TextSweep 1.1. FileMorph is a powerful application for batch renaming of files and modification of file attributes. TextSweep is a simple but powerful application for searching and replacing text in multiple files, quickly and easily. Version 1.1 of both applications features improvements in error handling and is now compatibility with Mac sandboxing requirements.


Code by Kevin releases PacketStream 3.3

Jun 04, 2010 - Code by Kevin has released PacketStream 3.3, an update to its Macintosh network-monitoring program. PacketStream provides point-and-click activation of the Mac's built-in network monitoring program, which is usually available only from the command line. By clicking a few buttons, you can monitor data as it streams over your network. This is especially useful for checking web traffic, network bottlenecks, or even suspicious network activity.


Code by Kevin releases PacketStream 3.1

Mar 18, 2010 - Code by Kevin has released PacketStream 3.1, an update to its Macintosh network-monitoring program. PacketStream provides point-and-click activation of the Mac's built-in network monitoring program, which is usually available only from the command line. By clicking a few buttons, you can monitor data as it streams over your network. This is especially useful for checking web traffic, network bottlenecks, or even suspicious network activity.


Code by Kevin releases Manpower 3.1 - Man Pages Made Easy

Feb 28, 2010 - Cincinnati based Code by Kevin has released Manpower 3.1, a program that provides a simple, elegant three-pane interface that makes reading man pages on OS X as easy as reading e-mail. Manpower is a Mac OS X graphical user interface to the main system of Unix software documentation, the man page. Man pages are concise but thorough descriptions of the functionality and methods of the various Unix command-line programs.


Code by Kevin releases QuickWho 2.1

Jan 25, 2010 - Code by Kevin has released QuickWho 2.1, a OS X GUI to help users look up Internet domain registrations. QuickWho provides a handy graphical interface to the Unix "whois" command-line utility on OS X. It is used to find out more about who registered a particular Internet domain name. Are you curious about who owns a particular domain name? Do you want to contact them, or gather more information about them? QuickWho can help you with these tasks.


Aquamacs Emacs 1.6 released

Jan 15, 2009 - The Aquamacs Project is proud to announce the release of Aquamacs Emacs 1.6, the leading Mac-friendly variant of the widely-used editor Emacs. It is a versatile, fast and mature editor for source code, web pages, typesetting documents and all other forms of text. Emacs is a text editor of legendary flexibility and has made millions of programmers and writers very productive.


Code by Kevin releases PortAuthority 2.7 - GUI for MacPorts

Jan 13, 2009 - Code by Kevin has released version 2.7 of PortAuthority, an easy-to-use graphical user interface for the MacPorts Unix software system for Mac OS X. MacPorts is a powerful but complex command-line tool for installing and updating a variety of Unix-based applications for the Mac. PortAuthority aims to bring the power of MacPorts to the traditional Mac user by providing a user-friendly graphical interface to MacPorts.


Code by Kevin releases Phynchronicity 2.3: GUI for Fink

Jan 02, 2009 - Code by Kevin has released Phynchronicity 2.3, an update to its easy-to-use GUI for the Fink Unix software management system. Phynchronicity makes it easy to manage, install, delete, and update Unix-based software with the Fink command-line system as its engine. Version 2.3 of Phynchronicity offers many new features and enhancements.


Code by Kevin releases QuickWho 1.0: Fast domain information

Dec 01, 2008 - Code by Kevin has released QuickWho 1.0, a tool that can help users to find out more about who registered a particular Internet domain name. QuickWho provides a handy graphical interface to the Unix "whois" command-line utility, which is used to find out more about who registered a particular Internet domain name.