There's a neat new project devoted to running OS X applications in Linux. It's called Darling, and it reminds me of Wine. Wine, as you probably already know, lets Linux users run Windows applications. How does Darling work?
A few weeks ago I wrote about the Darling Project having fallen into dormancy, the ambitious Wine-like project to let Mac OS X binaries run on Linux. Well, now the project has been refreshed and is taking on new work.
Linux Mint 16 RC (KDE) was quietly released. The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 16 'Petra'. Linux Mint 16 is the result of 6 months of incremental development on top of stable and reliable technologies.
The latest in the "interesting, but perhaps misguided" department, Darling is a project that aims to build a WINE-like environment for running OS X applications on Linux. As with many projects that deal with reverse engineering proprietary systems, Darling faces significant challenges.