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    Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
    As someone who works with .NET at work, I can tell you that the API churn there is incredible. And I think everyone is aware of how often OSX has changed APIs and how difficult it has been to switch from Carbon to Cocoa. So i find complaints about Linux APIs changing too much to be a little humorous.
    Oh yeah what a freaking change has that been <_<'

    Get outa here, troll... Cocoa is a rename of the Unix cross platform API that came from NextStep. This universal API is now (freaking finaly) implemented on Linux in the form of GnuStep.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by V!NCENT View Post
      Oh yeah what a freaking change has that been <_<'

      Get outa here, troll... Cocoa is a rename of the Unix cross platform API that came from NextStep. This universal API is now (freaking finaly) implemented on Linux in the form of GnuStep.
      V!NCENT, I presume you do not speak english because, based on what you are saying, I think you did not understand a single word (apart from cocoa, maybe) of what smitty3268 said.

      And, on a side note, Linux don't need no NextStep shit.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by jntesteves View Post
        V!NCENT, I presume you do not speak english because, based on what you are saying, I think you did not understand a single word (apart from cocoa, maybe) of what smitty3268 said.

        And, on a side note, Linux don't need no NextStep shit.
        Yeah, the fact that Apple still has Carbon applications shows that the transition to Cocoa hasn't been easy even for them.

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