Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Apr 2010 16:04 UTC, submitted by Cam
Internet & Networking It almost got lost in all the iPhone OS 4.0 stuff, but Apple made a major contribution to the WebKit project yesterday. It's called WebKit 2, and it adds multiprocess browsing to the WebKit API; it may look similar to what Chromium does, but the difference is that Chromium's process boundary is not actually part of WebKit.
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RE[4]: Here's to Apple!
by Declination on Sat 10th Apr 2010 13:27 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Here's to Apple!"
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2009-11-26

"Of course, because Apple has never, ever released any open source code unless they started with something already covered by the GPL /rollseyes.


Like they ever written something from scratch and release it under GPL? You got to be kidding.
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I'm not actually sure, but didn't they write Grand Central Dispatch from scratch and then release libdispatch under BSD? Maybe my sarcasm detector is just on the fritz.

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