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Porting Unix software to Darwin and Mac OS X

This document contains hints for porting Unix applications to Darwin and Mac OS X. The information here applies to Mac OS X version 10.0.x and Darwin 1.3.x. Both systems will be referred to as Darwin, since Mac OS X is actually a superset of Darwin

 

Unix Development on MacOS X

Beneath the appealing, easy-to-use interface of Mac OS X, you'll find an industrial-strength, UNIX-based foundation called Darwin. This open source core of Mac OS X is highly stable and built on mature technology.

 

Gotchas when porting UNIX software to OS X

Over the past year and change I've worked on porting quite a few projects to OS X. At first, it's a pretty scary ordeal, but most of the issues you'll run into are easily solved if you know how. To save yourself the trouble of figuring this out yourself, read on...

 

Porting Unix software to Darwin and Mac OS X

This document contains hints for porting Unix applications to Darwin and Mac OS X. The information here applies to Mac OS X version 10.0.x and Darwin 1.3.x. Both systems will be referred to as Darwin, since Mac OS X is actually a superset of Darwin.

 

Porting UNIX to MacOS X

This document helps to guide developers in bringing applications written for UNIX-based operating systems to Mac OS X. It provides the background needed to understand the operating system. It touches on some of the design decisions, and it provides a listing and discussion of some of the main areas that you should be concerned with in bringing UNIX applications to Mac OS X. It also points out some of the advanced features of Mac OS X not available in traditional UNIX applications that you can add to your ported applications. This document also provides an entry point for other documentation on various subjects that may be of interest if you are porting an application fron a UNIX environment to Mac OS X.

 

Porting Command line UNIX tool to MacOS X

This document offers insight into Mac OS X[1] or developers bringing command line UNIX[2] based applications to Mac OS X. It is for developers who are comfortable with the details of programming in traditional UNIX development environments. It is not designed for UNIX users.

 

 

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