On 2016-9-17 01:33 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:

On Sep 16, 2016, at 9:06 AM, Rainer Müller <rai...@macports.org> wrote:

On 2016-09-16 01:09, ryandes...@macports.org wrote:
Revision: 152743
Author:   ryandes...@macports.org
Date:     2016-09-15 16:09:26 -0700 (Thu, 15 Sep 2016)
Log Message:
Portgroups: replace "Mac OS X" and "OS X" with "macOS"

Modified: trunk/dports/_resources/port1.0/group/xcodeversion-1.0.tcl
--- trunk/dports/_resources/port1.0/group/xcodeversion-1.0.tcl  2016-09-15 
23:06:35 UTC (rev 152742)
+++ trunk/dports/_resources/port1.0/group/xcodeversion-1.0.tcl  2016-09-15 
23:09:26 UTC (rev 152743)
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
#   minimum_xcodeversions   {darwin_major minimum_xcodeversion}
# where darwin_major is the major version of the underlying Darwin OS (e.g. 9
-# for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard) and minimum_xcodeversion is the minimum version
+# for macOS Leopard) and minimum_xcodeversion is the minimum version
# of Xcode the port requires (e.g. 3.1).

I would keep this as Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, the name does not change

I suppose that's an open question. Previously, I've tried to use the OS 
marketing name as it was when that OS version was released. Now, I'm thinking 
we should always use the current marketing name.

I agree with Rainer, "macOS Leopard" is just confusing. The current marketing name does not apply to previous releases.

Do we have any guidance from Apple on what they want people to do?

They still list previous OS releases back to Lion in the App Store as "OS X", if that helps you.

- Josh
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