New Patch Fixes 43 Flaws In OS X, Many Serious 2151
The ones provided by Addison-Wesly on Unix programming. The book is very comprehensive.
They don't call it Next Step for nothing. Next Step was in the past the next step up from UNIX. So it can only be better.
Guffaw!! Got proof? I doubt it.
So? That just means that Next Step is a bit better is all. I can run these under Gnu Objective-C on windows too using Cygwin. So what's your point?
So? All it means is you have alternatives. Everything is in there and works just fine. It is Unix then isn't it, if I can do all these things.
Yeah, the ones you just got done pointing out to me... you know the Autoreleasepool and NS Object. But then I can do that too on Solaris. After all Solaris is a UNIX.
New Patch Fixes 43 Flaws In OS X, Many Serious 2152
Are you saying you transcribed the test programs from a book published by Addison-Wesly...
No, they are just APIs for OS X. More proprietary stuff and it is after all another bonus addition to Unix.
They already know that they have a very good o-s. Unix, UNIX, or unix... what's the dif?
Dif between BSD UNIX and SYSV UNIX.
Guffaw!!! Yet Next Step is a Unix.
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