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Line 6  below it is not clear that it works on D Line 6  below it is not clear that it works on D
 from Apple is no longer open source.  from Apple is no longer open source.
   
 Users of non-macOS Darwin are invited to submit patches to this file.  Users of non-macOS Darwin are invited to submit patches to this file.
 The only known project is:  The only known project is [PureDarwin](http://www.puredarwin.org/).
   http://www.puredarwin.org/  
   
 Until then, this file remains macOS-centric.  Until then, this file remains macOS-centric.
   
Line 51  supported on most (all?) Intel machines. Line 50  supported on most (all?) Intel machines.
 ### issues related to ABI 32 vs 64  ### issues related to ABI 32 vs 64
   
 Note that a pkgsrc package built in x86_64 mode will not run on an  Note that a pkgsrc package built in x86_64 mode will not run on an
 Intel Mac that is i386 only.  For a longer discussion, see:  Intel Mac that is i386 only.  For a longer discussion, see
 http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/pkgsrc-users/2009/09/24/msg010817.html  <http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/pkgsrc-users/2009/09/24/msg010817.html>.
   
 Somewhat separately from pkgsrc's ABI choice, there have been issues  Somewhat separately from pkgsrc's ABI choice, there have been issues
 with packages which get confused because "MACHINE_ARCH" is in some OS  with packages which get confused because "MACHINE_ARCH" is in some OS
Line 93  for some previously-bootstrapped install Line 92  for some previously-bootstrapped install
 resolved by building bmake with MACHINE_ARCH=x86_64 and updating that  resolved by building bmake with MACHINE_ARCH=x86_64 and updating that
 package, as described in mail archives:  package, as described in mail archives:
   
   https://mail-index.netbsd.org/pkgsrc-users/2016/01/25/msg022870.html  <https://mail-index.netbsd.org/pkgsrc-users/2016/01/25/msg022870.html>
   
 (One would expect to be able to use make replace to do this.  One  (One would expect to be able to use make replace to do this.  One
 minor issue is that it requires pkg_tarup, although that will be  minor issue is that it requires pkg_tarup, although that will be
Line 127  The command `xcode-select --install' wil Line 126  The command `xcode-select --install' wil
 Tools for Xcode.  Tools for Xcode.
   
 In the past at least, Command Line Tools for Xcode could be obtained  In the past at least, Command Line Tools for Xcode could be obtained
 from https://developer.apple.com/downloads/  from <https://developer.apple.com/downloads/>
   
 ## cvs  ## cvs
   
Line 139  it may be useful to `git clone https://g Line 138  it may be useful to `git clone https://g
   
 X11 used to be built into macOS, but as of 10.8 it is no longer  X11 used to be built into macOS, but as of 10.8 it is no longer
 included.  You can install XQuartz from  included.  You can install XQuartz from
 https://www.xquartz.org, or try the newly-added pkgsrc  <https://www.xquartz.org>, or try the newly-added pkgsrc
 version.  version.
   
 # macOS Versions  # macOS Versions
Line 208  issues.   This section has pointers to a Line 207  issues.   This section has pointers to a
   
 Sevan Janiyan <Sevan@NetBSD.org> provides a bulk build for the -current branch  Sevan Janiyan <Sevan@NetBSD.org> provides a bulk build for the -current branch
 (--abi=32, OS X 10.4/PowerPC, gcc 4.0.1 from Xcode 2.5, X11_TYPE=modular):  (--abi=32, OS X 10.4/PowerPC, gcc 4.0.1 from Xcode 2.5, X11_TYPE=modular):
   https://www.geeklan.co.uk/?p=1579  
   US repo: http://sevan.mit.edu/packages  - <https://www.geeklan.co.uk/?p=1579>
   Euro mirror: http://pkgsrc.geeklan.co.uk/packages/current/Darwin-8  - US repo: <http://sevan.mit.edu/packages>
   See  - Euro mirror: <http://pkgsrc.geeklan.co.uk/packages/current/Darwin-8>
   https://mail-index.netbsd.org/pkgsrc-bulk/2015/11/07/msg012171.html  - See <https://mail-index.netbsd.org/pkgsrc-bulk/2015/11/07/msg012171.html>

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