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Darwine on OS X x86


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Although I doubt anyone here has obtained an x86 dev kit, it occured to me that OS X x86 will be able to run Windows applications natively through an application called WINE, with a Darwin port called Darwine. I think if Apple integrated Darwine into Leopard x86, the fact that it could run many Windows applications natively would be a big selling point.
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