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    Default OBS for target BSD, Mac OS

    Good afternoon, is it possible to add target inside your OBS also for BSD and Mac OS ? I think that many users would appreciate it.

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    Default Re: OBS for target BSD, Mac OS

    Quote Originally Posted by trevor122 View Post
    Good afternoon, is it possible to add target inside your OBS also for BSD and Mac OS ? I think that many users would appreciate it.
    Hi, welcome

    These forums are probably not the best place to ask. Rather send an email to the factory- or the project mailing list. See https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Mailing_lists

    Personally I think MacOS is out of order, due to it's closed nature. openSUSE can and will not enter a world where it can be held responsible for breaking licenses/patents.
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    Default Re: OBS for target BSD, Mac OS

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Personally I think MacOS is out of order, due to it's closed nature. openSUSE can and will not enter a world where it can be held responsible for breaking licenses/patents.
    Actually it's not ruled out of OBS, no one has simply had the interest to work on it, as per; https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Bui...ice_comparison

    "Support for any OS and architecture due to the use of VM's for building the packages. This includes Windows (experimental) and Mac OS X (if anyone would want to work on that)."

    So it's more of a case of "No one has done it", rather than "It can't be done due to.."
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