Delphi Haven – The native API on OS X is spread over several layers. Some of these are written in (and designed for) Objective-C, but others are just C-based APIs. An example of the latter is the POSIX layer, which is the API shared with other Unix and Unix-like operating systems such as Linux. Roughly speaking, POSIX has a feel akin to the traditional Windows API, if not completely – lower case identifiers rule, and text encoding is UTF-8 rather than UTF-16 or ‘Ansi’. Beyond it stands the ‘Core’ APIs such as Core Foundation and Core Graphics. Unlike POSIX, these are Mac ...
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