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ID: 19947, Delphi/Kylix on Mac OS X please

by Ionut Mihai Voiculet Email: Anonymous


Why don't you make a compiler for Mac OS X like you did for Linux - Kylix?
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Updated on Thu, 08 May 2003 21:36:47 GMT
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Why don't you make a compiler for Mac OS X like you did for Linux - Kylix? The Mac OS X is based on Linux (a flavor of it, BSD). The CLX uses QTlib right? But QTlib supports Mac OS X now. So I think it will be no problem to make the CLX to support Carbon / Cocoa and the Aqua interface.
So, the only problem I see is with the hardware architecture (not Intel/AMD x86), the compiler / linker. But Borland is famous for its compilers, and I strongly think there are no major problems to do such a thing.

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