CherryOS goes open source

Mac emulator CherryOS is apparently moving from a commercial product to the world of open source, according to note on the Web site. Yesterday the Web site said the product was on hold, until further notice, but that was changed today to say, "Due to Overwhelming Demand, Cherry Open Source Project -- Launches 5.1.2005."

As MacCentral reported yesterday CherryOS developer MXS was accused of using code from the popular open source project PearPC.

Neither PearPC or MXS were immediately available for comment on this story.

This story, "CherryOS goes open source" was originally published by PCWorld.

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