Originally posted by onlooker
Isn't cocoa more about the GUI, and the OO side of it.
As long as it's within the Mach-O Runtime Architecture I think it all should address whatever framework you wish. Maybe you need to use cocoa to use the frameworks, but I think you can use them otherwise, but Apple still has to supply some of the frameworks.
I'm not sure. I'm not much of a developer. I only dabble.
Originally posted by snoopy
Let's all take a shot at it. To me it means Tiger's core services seem to be developed with Cell in mind.
, I also am more dilettante than developer, I just threw Cocoa out there since it seemed to be what Apple preferred OS X devs working with.snoopy
, yeah, from speeding up iLife all the way up the (vertical) market to full-time real-time Apple Pro apps...
Imagine a Cell optimized Shake running through whatever uberXstation Apple dreams up in the future...
Imagine if Apple made a modern Cell powered version of this in the future:SkyLab - A tale of early Apple distributed computing
Worth the read, for the thought it provokes... Meat (vision) is near the end of the article..