Back when the Intel Macs first appeared there was a delay from Apple in releasing Darwin 8, the open-source BSD/Unix foundation of Tiger. Crazy theories were adduced, and bad intentions attributed to Apple, but eventually Darwin 8 for Intel Macs was released. Apple seems to have moved even faster with OS X 10.5, and just a couple of weeks after the commercial release of Leopard, Darwin 9.0 is now available at Apple's Darwin page. So if you've ever wanted to root around in the source for the foundations of Leopard, here's your chance.
Apple releases Darwin 9.0, Unix foundation of Leopard
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