> (and if you didn't that isn't Apple's fault) your app written in 1982 will
run just fine on OSX.
Where running "just fine" means running fine until it is corrupted by, or is
prevented from being scheduled by, some unrelated errant program. In other
words (to quote from the original article),
> > The traditional programs won't get all the benefits of OS X, though.
> > For example, a traditional program that crashes won't crash the entire
> > Mac, but it will crash other traditional Mac programs running at the
> > same time.
> Hell, try to tell me how an app written for Win98 runs well now.
Tell me how easy the Mac is to use, after bragging about how complicated it
was to set up Rohit's PowerBook (and how everything broke after he changed
So, nyah nyah nyah.
Joseph S. Barrera III
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