Author loewis
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Date 2009-06-09.04:32:18
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> The details of snow leopard are under NDA, but based on public 
> information :

This is all fine, and really not surprising. My question is:
Why is that causing limited usability? I would expect that
Snow Leopard just ignores the PPC bits in the universal binaries,
and just accesses the x86 bits. The binaries might be larger
than necessary; people bothered by that could easily strip them
using ditto (IIUC).

I'm fine with an option of not building the PPC bits - I'm
just puzzled by the claim that, without the patch, it will
not be "100% usable".
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