These Aqua applications all exist within /Developer/Applications:
- Graphics Tools
This folder contains tools for use with OpenGL programming:
- OpenGL Driver Monitor
Displays information about the current machine’s graphics card and its OpenGL capabilities.
- OpenGL Profiler
Analyzes running OpenGL programs.
- OpenGL Shader Builder
A shader tool for use with OpenGL development.
Presents you with a magnified view of the pixels directly underneath the mouse pointer, which can serve as an aid in designing custom GUI elements.
- Java Tools
This folder contains useful tools for Java developers:
- Jar Bundler
This utility allows Java developers to package their program’s files and resources into a single double-clickable application.
A simple, column-view browser that lets you navigate through the various Java classes installed on your machine. You can view their APIs (including methods, fields, and constructors) as well as their documentation and source code, if available.
By default, the browser knows about several dozen class paths across your filesystem (largely in the
/Systemdomain). Select JavaBrowserPreferences to add more class paths.
- Performance Tools
Here you’ll find a suite of applications you can use to help optimize and debug your code, including the CHUD Tools and benchmark software.
Named after C’s
malloc(memory allocation) function, this application lets you browse the sizes of memory structures within a running application. This can be a great ...