Thomas De Contes d.l.tDeContes at
Sat May 2 08:43:20 PDT 2009

Le 27 avr. 09 à 09:09, Anders F Björklund a écrit :

> Rainer Müller wrote:
>>>> For one
>>>> thing, if you are running on Mac OS X you are not running on pure
>>>> darwin;
>>> ah ?
>>> i thought that "pure darwin" was the UNIX layer under the GUI, not
>>> only the OS for those who don't have GUI at all
>> No, puredarwin is <>.

why are they different ?
what is the advantage for apple to maintaing 2 different versions of  
darwin ??

> The +puredarwin variant also applies to the Apple OS releases
> darwin8 and darwin7 etc, in addition to PureDarwin's darwin9.

so, "port install python25 +puredarwin" doesn't works because of a  
bug, it's not right ?

> Technically it currently reads "Darwin, without Carbon/Cocoa".
> Usually implies using X11 instead, for the graphic interface.

if it doesn't use Carbon/Cocoa it uses X11 instead ?
the puredarwin variant isn't command line only ?

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