Begin forwarded message:
> From: Ernest Prabhakar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Mon Mar 11, 2002 08:07:15 PM US/Eastern
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: HOT: New Developer lists for Fortran & Porting
> Dear Mac OS X Developers,
> We are excited by all the people coming to Mac OS X from UNIX-based
> operating systems. Many of them look forward to run all their in-house
> and Open Source code on the same desktop they use for productivity and
> Internet connectivity (plus the occasional game). To help these
> people in their transition to Mac OS X, the good folks at
> lists.apple.com have created new mailing lists focused around two
> specific communities:
> - Fortran users,
> - developers porting general UNIX-based software (usually C or
> C++) to Mac OS X.
> If you're trying to port software to Mac OS X from UNIX, Linux, or BSD,
> then this is the list for you. This list is for community discussions
> regarding all the questions people face when doing a port: What's
> different about Darwin? Which high-level toolkits should I use for my
> GUI? Is there a workaround for this problem? Has someone tried to port
> this before?
This sounds useful...
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