30 disks! I should point out that 1/3 of that was X11. The current
X11 system shipping with 10.5 is built from about 230 individual
and now using a MAC as my laptop, but what I noticed from all these
discussions is very warring, and I think developers
in Apple must respond to this: _*lack of documentation*_. These
discussions do remind me early years
of Linux when nobody actually knew anything and all was based on
guesses and workarounds.
Are we not supposed to be in a different world by now? Are real
developers responsible for Leopard
reading these emails? Ben - are you the one or you are not employed
by Apple? OS X is based on darwin but I am not sure about
your actual relationship with Apple.
I thought my signature made that clear; sorry. I work in the BSD
Technology Group, part of the CoreOS division at Apple; we work on the
BSD userland environment of OS X, and that includes X11.app. I am
also (currently) the lead maintainer of the XDarwin branch of the open-
source X.org project, on which X11.app is based. (This is mostly out
of necessity -- until I l took it on, there was nobody to hold that
What kind of documentation would you like to see? Man pages, tutorials?
CoreOS / BSD Technology Group
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