Mac OS X from a FreeBSD perspective

Nik Clayton nik at
Sun May 18 11:03:49 BST 2003

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On Sat, May 17, 2003 at 04:41:27PM +0100, Jose Marques wrote:
> In terms of software I tend to build what I need from source, most recent
> code seems to recognise MacOS X.  I've tried fink and darwinports but I
> don't like the former very much and the latter is too sparse to be useful.

I haven't had a change to try it yet, but NetBSD's pkgsrc (their
equivalent of the ports collection) is supposed to work on Darwin/OS X
(and Solaris, amongst others), and might be the easiest thing to use for
people used to the ports collection.

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