LMAlertPopover provides a simple API for showing an NSAlert as Popover (NSPopover). ARC is currently not supported but it should be easy to convert the project. Alternatively, if your project is using ARC, you can also just disable it for LMAlertPopover.m. See the following StackOverflow post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6646052
OS X (and - partially - iOS) framework for getting software and hardware informations (such as CPU vendor, RAM size, device model and serial, …) at runtime. Relies on IOKit and SysCtl, as well as on the now-deprecated GestaltManager, for compatibility purposes only. Here's what you can gather with PFSystemKit: * CPU informations (vendor, nominal clock speed, caches size, core count, thread count, marketing name) * RAM infos (size, usage statistics) * GPU infos (matching framebuffer, model, ports) * Device infos (device family (e.g. MacBook Pro), model (MacBookPro8,1), version (8,1), serial) * Battery (voltage, current, serial, manufacturer, age in days, cycle count, temperature)
Xcode Logger is a fast (up to *35x times faster than NSLog), very simple to use, flexible library which provides scheme-based, customizable and colorful (using the Xcode Colors plugin) NSLog replacements. *based on tests comparing NSLog vs XLog's No Header level, average operation time after 5 runs with 5000 iterations per test, per run on a MacBook Pro Retina.