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On 21.06.2011, at 12:12, Mike Pall wrote:

> Dimiter malkia Stanev wrote:
>> 	Basically I can't make an universal library (static, dynamic) and
>> executable that contains both 32-bit Mac OS X, and 32-bit
>> iPhoneSimulator version. The right solution would be to put them in
>> two different universal libs, exes, etc. But the problem is that
>> LuaJIT treats both iOS and OSX as OSX (The Makefiles respect iOS,
>> but not luajit itself (ffi.arch=osx for iOS)).
> Well, what does one have to do with the other?
> First, you mean ffi.os. Essentially iOS _is_ OSX at the kernel
> level. It just has different frameworks on top. Second, you can
> distinguish it further with e.g. ffi.arch (arm vs. x86 vs. x64).
> It's not helpful to give every variation of an OS a different ID.

I would name it Darwin, though, ...

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