2010/6/30 Bob John <breeze.growing(a)gmail.com>:
On Wed, 2010-06-30 at 07:04 +0800, Gerard Braad wrote:
> 2010/6/29 Liang Suilong <liangsuilong(a)gmail.com>:
> > I agree with Gerard. Here is not a place talking about Hackintosh.
> > Hackintosh is not allowed under the law.
> > I know many mailing lists do forbid to talk about Hackintosh.
> Note: This message is to point out to other users that the
> 'Hackintosh' or 'OSx86' topic is not allowed to be discussed on our
This topic is not about Hackintosh , it is about mac developing soft
running on Linux or something which can replace mac developing soft on
I clearly pointed out which topic I meant.: we do not promote any use
of illegal software as OSx86 (Hackintosh). I do not mind if you try to
develop Mac software on Linux or vice versa, but for now there is no
official way to develop such apps on any other platform than using a
Mac-branded computer running Appe's OS X and Xcode. That is the
ecosystem Apple has built and would like to maintain. There might be
alternatives out there, so maybe have a look at Étoilé and GNUstep and
see if that is what you need as it provides a re-implementation of
Gerard Braad — 吉拉德