On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 1:47 AM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
> Apple has decided to rename Mac OS X to "macOS", and apparently is now
> retroactively referring to old releases that way too.  I propose that
> we should do likewise, ie run around and clean up our various references
> to "Mac OS X", "OS X", or "OSX" to uniformly say "macOS".  I think it's
> considerably clearer to non-Apple people exactly what that is, plus
> there's not so much temptation towards variant spellings.
>
> We also have various uses of the ancient code name "Darwin".  I think
> we should change that to "macOS" in user-facing docs, but I'm less
> inclined to do so in the code.  In particular, renaming the template
> file or trying to change the PORTNAME value seems much too messy,
> so I think we should stick to "darwin" as the port name.

+1 to all that. I am seeing the same trend regarding the naming.
-- 
Michael


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