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Honestly you've no idea what your talking about.
- There is a vast array of open source command line tools in Mac OS X. The /usr/bin on my fresh Lion install has over a thousand and most of those are open source.
- The average command line binary that uses the standard C api (as opposed to Cocoa) will run just fine on Darwin and Mac OS X.
The reason why you perceive that Mac OS X is different is because the bulk of it's differentiation comes from the many proprietary kits that Apple has built.
Those kits certainly make Mac OS X unique but they do not invalidate the BSD heritage.
What's really ironic about your objections is many in the FreeBSD community feel that Apple has borrowed so much from FreeBSD that they should be giving more back to it's 'sister' operating system.
It's a bit weird that you claim that I don't know what I'm talking about without refuting anything I said. I agree with your every point.
Just because the BSD license allows people the freedom not to share code, doesn't mean they don't think people should share code. They just prefer to allow people the freedom to make that decision for themselves, and contribute code back out of their own volition rather than be compelled to.