XRG for Mac

XRG is the system resources monitor for Mac OS X. With XRG you could monitor CPU load, GPU temperature, battery, memory usage, temperature sensors, wired and wireless network activity, disk I/O and performance, weather in your city, and exchange/stock information. The main idea of XRG is to be a functional system resources monitor with user friendly interface.


App description: XRG
Version: 2.6
Updated: February 20019
System requirements: OS X 10.5 or later (macOS Mojave)

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The Netwide Assembler on a Mac

The Netwide Assembler or NASM, is an x86 and x64 assembler designed for UNIX operation systems. The assembler comes with documentation which will help you with the basics. It supports a multiple range of object file formats, including Mac, UNIX, and Windows formats.

It will also output plain binary files, Motorola and Intel formats. Its syntax is designed to be simple and easy to read and understand. The Assembler supports all existing x86 and x64 extensions, and has strong support for macos.

Most university projects will use a assembly language because the main goal is to demonstrate feasibility and any unnecessary complications in demonstrating this are undesirable. Starting from version 2.07, NASM is now under the BSD license.
App description: NASM
Version: 2.14
Updated: February 20019
System requirements: OS X 10.3 or later (macOS Mojave)



C compiler for Mac – TryC

TryC is C compiler for Mac computers and beginners. Using TryC, you can develop, compile, and execute a C, C++ and Ruby program just like text editor.  Once you have completed developing your code, TryC will help you to compile and run it with just a for a few seconds. The program tested with macOS Mojave.


App description: TryC
Version: 1.3.1
App description: System/Tools
The good: Small size (less than 1 MB), GPL
The bad: None
Updated: 2007
System requirements: The program requires OS X 10.3 or later (macOS Mojave).

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