Core Foundation download?

Discussion in 'Programmer Misc' started by Victor Eijkhout, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. Apple's web site says that CF is open source; there is mention of a
    CF-lite product; but I can't find any download link, on the regular site
    or in ADC.

    Help?

    Here's my context: I'm support for a linux cluster, and a user wants to
    port an appication that was developed on a Mac. So I'm not looking for
    statements that CF is included in Xtools or so, I would really like a
    download so that I can install it on my cluster.

    Victor.

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    Victor Eijkhout, Aug 11, 2009
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  2. Tom Harrington <> wrote:

    > > Here's my context: I'm support for a linux cluster, and a user wants to
    > > port an appication that was developed on a Mac. So I'm not looking for
    > > statements that CF is included in Xtools or so, I would really like a
    > > download so that I can install it on my cluster.

    >
    > Well OK, but Core Foundation is nowhere near enough to port most Mac
    > apps.


    If it's pure C, no graphics elements, just CF for nifty language
    constructs?

    Victor.
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    Victor Eijkhout -- eijkhout at tacc utexas edu
     
    Victor Eijkhout, Aug 11, 2009
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  3. Victor Eijkhout

    Doc O'Leary Guest

    In article <1j4ad8e.juylb73cewkxN%>,
    s (Victor Eijkhout) wrote:

    > Apple's web site says that CF is open source; there is mention of a
    > CF-lite product; but I can't find any download link, on the regular site
    > or in ADC.
    >
    > Help?
    >
    > Here's my context: I'm support for a linux cluster, and a user wants to
    > port an appication that was developed on a Mac. So I'm not looking for
    > statements that CF is included in Xtools or so, I would really like a
    > download so that I can install it on my cluster.


    What you're probably looking more for is something like GNUstep:

    http://www.gnustep.org/

    Porting ease will depend on how many advanced features you used in
    developing the application for the Mac.

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    Doc O'Leary, Aug 12, 2009
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