difference between mac os x snow leaperd and lion

pranitha p belavadi

Hi.. I am trying to analyse the wlan driver code for mac os x snow leaperd and lion .. what is actually the difference between those.. i could only find the difference in the ioctl frameworks not other than that.. could anyone tell me what exactly the difference between those..

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pranitha p belavadi
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@becker and @jimlynch...sorry i couldn't try with those sites... but i searched through apple developer site but didn't find any satisfactory answer.

 

 

 

becker
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I'm afraid I don't know the answer.  Have you tried some of the Apple Support Communities?  https://discussions.apple.com/index.jspa 

 

 

While there are a lot of consumer oriented questions in a lot of the forums, there are also some sophisticated users there who are knee deep into Apple products, and I would imagine there would be someone who knows over there.  Sorry I can't be of more help.  Good luck!

 

jimlynch
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I agree, the apple support communities are probably your best bet. It's fairly easy to find differences between the two in terms of features, but not so easy to find the answer to your specific question.

You might also check out Apple's sites for contacts inside the company that you could email about this. Maybe their press contacts could point you in the right direction.

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