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Mac OS X With Shark's System Trace, you get a detailed view of how your code interacts with Mac OS X. This advanced article digs deep into Shark, and how it helps you optimize your code.
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RE[2]: a "prettier" sysprof
by dsmogor on Thu 16th Feb 2006 18:29 UTC in reply to "RE: a "prettier" sysprof"
dsmogor
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2005-09-01

Many linux users seem to be attached to the idea that technical excellence in many (every) ways is the reason for its existence. Therefore seeing that commercial developers comms with something competitive (especially in developer toolkit departament) they feel that the existence of linux is challenged and thus stand in to protect it.

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RE[3]: a "prettier" sysprof
by SEJeff on Fri 17th Feb 2006 00:31 in reply to "RE[2]: a "prettier" sysprof"
SEJeff Member since:
2005-11-05

Actually, Mac OS X and Linux share the same Unix heritage. Both being Posix operating systems mean that they both are technically superior to "other" operating systems. I was pointing out that this looks like a prettier version of sysprof, nothing else.

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RE[4]: a "prettier" sysprof
by stew on Fri 17th Feb 2006 11:09 in reply to "RE[3]: a "prettier" sysprof"
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2005-07-06

Both being Posix operating systems mean that they both are technically superior to "other" operating systems.

I don't think Posix compliance has anything to do with how good a system is or not. Installing or removing the Posix subsystem on a Windows system doesn't change anything about the quality of Windows.

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