[OS X TeX] i-Installer & Jaguar (10.2) Trivial Fix

Jon Guyer jguyer at his.com
Mon Oct 7 22:49:08 EDT 2002

At 10:03 PM -0400 10/7/02, Juan Manuel Palacios wrote:

>	A bit off topic but worth clarifying.The Finder used in Mac
>OS X is a Cocoa application my friend, not Carbon.

Feel free to continue digging your hole, my friend, but I recommend 
you stop before you get any deeper.

>Take a closer
>look: not runnable in Mac OS 9, presented as a "browsable" package,
>localization support and the final test:

Right, which means that it's a Mach-O package. In no way does that 
imply that it's Cocoa (nor does it imply that it's Carbon). As far as 
I know, Cocoa must be a Mach-O package. Carbon can be either a CFM 
binary or a Mach-O binary. Whether a Carbon app is package or single 
binary is a separate issue, still.


   Jonathan E. Guyer

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