Leopard has a lot of open source running behind

The Mac takes a lot of flak for being "the most proprietary computing platform" on the planet. In many ways, it is. But in the case of its source code, there's a heck of a lot of it available as open source, as this list from Apple shows.Try to find a list like that for […]

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The Mac takes a lot of flak for being "the most proprietary computing platform" on the planet. In many ways, it is. But in the case of its source code, there's a heck of a lot of it available as open source, as this list from Apple shows.

Try to find a list like that for Microsoft's products, many of which (secretly) include open-source software. You won't.

Apple is about inventing new wheels, not reinventing old ones. Open source makes this possible.

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Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5, Apple, Open-Source, Open Source

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