"Evolution of Mac OS X
Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD): Part of the history of Mac OS X
goes back to Berkeley Software Distributions (BSD) UNIX of the early
seventies. Specifically, Mac OS X is based in part on BSD 4.4 Lite.
On a system level, many of the design decisions are made to align with
BSD-style UNIX systems. Most libraries and utilities are from
FreeBSD, but some are derived from NetBSD. For future development,
Mac OS X has adopted FreeBSD as a reference code base for BSD
technology. Work is ongoing to synchronize all BSD tools and libraries
more closely with the FreeBSD-stable branch.
Thanks for your details,
Do you think the interest that mac developpers pay on freebsd-stable is
a good thing for FreeBSD ? I mean: for further developpement and general
supporting of the OS ?
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