Dear Cédric,
an other option is to use virtualbox. This I haven't tried myself with OSX, but 
I could do some research how to do it. This works also on Windows or Linux as 
host system.

Another good solution for development of software would be Proxmox that uses 
KVM and LXC for virtualisation.
There you can have multiple Windows, OSX as client that you access via a 
browser based VNC and Linux server version of Tryton. Again OSX I would need to 
figure out.

>From all you write proxmox is probably the most flexible solution to allow 
>diverse developers access to the various client and server versions remotely.

With best regards

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