Apple has released the source code for Darwin 6.7 and Darwin 6.8, which correspond to Mac OS X 10.2.7 (which ships on Power Mac G5s) and
Mac OS X 10.2.8, respectively. You can download them at the
Apple Developer Connection.
Darwin, the core operating system of Mac OS X, is one of Apple’s open source projects. Open source is a term for the historical development model used by the Internet community to facilitate distributed development of complex, high-quality software. Darwin is a version of the BSD UNIX operating system that offers advanced networking, services such as the Apache Web server, and support for both Mac and Unix file systems.
In other developer news,
Uni software plus GmbH has updated Voodoo Server, their flagship version control tool, to version 2.1. Voodoo Server is a version control system for software developers using Metrowerks’ CodeWarrior. Version 2.1 features a Mac OS X native administration application and adds compatibility with Panther (the upcoming revision of Mac OS X) and CodeWarrior Pro 9.
Voodoo Server 2.1 is free for customers of version 2.0 customers. For others, pricing info can be