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Apple Makes Stealth Release Of CarbonLib Update For Better Carbon Support

Apple Makes Stealth Release Of CarbonLib Update For Better Carbon Support

by , 11:50 AM EST, February 22nd, 2001

Amid the announcements of odd iMac patterns, Apple also quietly released version 1.2.5 of their CarbonLib. Since CarbonLib 1.1.1, which shipped with Mac OS 9.1, there has been one other update, to version 1.2. The 1.2.5 update only seems to be available via the Software Update control panel, and has not yet appeared on Apple's software download site. According to the message in Software Update "CarbonLib 1.2.5 delivers new functionality and features for Carbon-based applications on Mac OS 8.6, all Mac OS 9 releases, and Mac OS X."

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Better Carbon support is always a good thing, especially as we get closer to Mac OS X. XXX days, and counting, according to our own tabulations...

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