June 12, 2002
.Net and free BSD II

Anil says:

"The Common Language Infrastructure component of Microsoft's .NET framework. (which is what runs .NET code that's been written) has been written for, and already compiles on, FreeBSD for x86. ....What it means is, Mac developers should be able to download the framework and port it in relatively short order, given OS X's BSD underpinnings. "

This kind of segues into what I posted on 7th June about Microsoft thinking about making .Net available on Apple.

My permalinks don't appear to be working. I just found out when I tried to link to my own post!. This is rather ironic since I was sniggering after reading about Andrew Sullivan's permalink troubles in Lakefx. Hopefully, I'll fix it tomorrow.

Posted by Kaushik at June 12, 2002 05:06 AM
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