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Re: [vox-tech] macos x questions



On Tuesday 29 April 2003 07:03 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> i've never seen mac os x, but it looks like i may have to use one this
> summer for work.   i have some questions about it:
>
> does it have gcc?
yes
> vim? 
not sure.  It does have vi.  I don't use many of the extensions, so it could 
have anything...

> gnuplot? 
don't use that much, so don't know. 

>gnu make?

Again, Im unsure, it had a make, and it compiled gnu software, so it probably 
does... 

>
> is there a shell i can use (preferably bash)?  or is the whole operating
> system point and click like windows?

I used OS X server, so not sure about the non server version, but it had a 
shell, and I practially used the shell for everything.  But server did not 
have all the pretty stuff.  


Mike

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