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Comment: Re:GNUStep is more integrated than KDE or Gnome (Score 1) 924

by ColMustard (#12864487) Attached to: Desktop Linux on x86 - Adapt or Die
NUStep is the future of Free desktops because everyone agrees Mac OS X is the best desktop there is to buy at the moment. Why is GNUStep then the future? Because GNUStep is a copy of OpenStep, OpenStep is the open version of NextStep and NextStep is the basis for OS X (it's called Cocoa now).

What I'm saying is, GNUStep is almost the same as the thing Mac OS X is built with!


I stopped reading right here. It doesn't sound like the parent knows very much about what he is talking about. Mac OS X certainly isn't "built with Cocoa." You may consider Cocoa to be a NeXTStep implementation integrated into the system. Furthermore, Cocoa and GNUStep are merely application development frameworks and have less to do with the workings of the system.

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