Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Jun 2006 11:14 UTC, submitted by Alexandros Roussos
Mac OS X "Since Apple announced Leopard last year during WWDC, MacOSXRumors obtained reports on two major features in the next release of Mac OS X. The first is a redesigned Finder making extensive use of Spotlight and the second is the inclusion of virtualization software. Recently sources have been indicating that Leopard will feature easy collaborative work throughout the OS. The main idea is that it will be possible to declare a document as available for collaborative use over a network or Internet. Users who want to work on this document will be able to connect and work simultaneously on it. Modifications made by each user will be updated in real time for all connected users." Authenticity up for debate, obviously.
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probably an update to coredata...
by soapdog on Fri 9th Jun 2006 13:31 UTC
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If this happens it will be probably an update to the core data feature set, any application that uses core data functions will be able to work across bonjour network, if the file is updated by remote, all clients receive a message and update themselves. Easily done in Core Data + Objective-C, actually this makes so much sense that I can't imagine why it isn't happening right now...

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