> and yeah they'd probably be all linked into this new cocoa
> suite, but if
> you could port the cocoa libs, then thoeritically M$ could port any
> product off OSX onto fbsd/linux? Right/Wrong? I mean they
> probably won't
> but it does open the door for the possibilty and make walking thru the
> door even easier!
i asked a similar question a long time ago (but about nextstep), and the
answer is it's not that easy cause Step/Os X do not use The X Window System.
Rather it uses some proprietary display system. (display postscript??)
however it's still a *nix, so (should/might) still integrate pretty well
into a Unix enviroment, viz NFS, home direrctories, NIS.. etc.
Uhmmm.. User and Unix friendly workstation? Could be the beginning of swing
away from NT/95 back to Unix in corporate space.
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