Using this script you can secure delete or encrypt/decrypt a file or folder using srm and openssl (aes-256-cbc) OSX unix tools.
BasicFCPtoAE is an applescript which makes it possible to transform a XML document with "XML Interchange Format" version 1, in a .jsx script wich could be executed by After Effects 6.5.
BatchRename'em is an Automator application to batch rename files and folders in various ways.
These Applescripts let you encode or decode items by just dropping them on the script. If the item is already compressed the script will decode it, otherwise it will encode.
FolderCopy stores & restores folder hierarchies to editable plist files
GConf Cleaner is a tool to clean a GConf database which is possibly cluttered with unnecessary or invalid keys.
iHook is a graphical frontend for any commandline executable. It gives scripts a pleasant Aqua face, and allows script writers to provide graphical feedback without having to learn one of the higher APIs available for Mac OS X.
kapullo's scripts is a collection of AppleScripts, most of them thought for applescripters.
KnockoutDock is a simple Applescript & shell script combo, designed to make the Dock as un-obtrusive as possible without losing the features of Expose, Dashboard, Application switching or ScreenSaver Hot Corners.
Local Switcher sets a symlink to any tex source in your home directory
Name Mangler is a batch file renamer that supports the following renaming tasks: Find and Replace (including support for regular expressions); Number Sequentially; Change Case; Set Extension; Add Prefix/Suffix; Remove/Insert Characters.
Narcolepsy is a script to "encourage" your Mac to sleep when idle. It's useful if your computer doesn't seem to obey the sleep setting in Energy Saver.
Portable iCal.app is a shell script that open local copy of iCal using preferences stored in its application bundle.
Ready-Set-Do! is a set of applescripts that comprehensively integrates all of your files and programs into David Allen's GTD ("Getting Things Done")workflow without locking you into a particular program.
Trash for BASH is a simple script that creates a new command called 'del' and 'trash' the first replaces 'rm' and moves the deleted files into the trash can. The deleted files can then be managed in the MacOSX Trash can or by using the 'trash' command.