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Apple preps Mac OS 9.2 successor

After Moonlight, Starlight - Streetlight to follow?

Mac Rumour Roundup As Mac OS 9.2, codenamed Moonlight, nears its final release, Apple is working on its successor, Starlight, according to sources cited by Think Secret.

Said sources could, however, provide no details on what the release will contain, beyond the now standard 'Classic improvements'. Think Secret points to the ongoing streamlining of Mac OS X's backwards compatibiliy module.

We'd also expect to see continued development and, given the state of the 1.3 release, bug-fixing of CarbonLib, the code that allows Mac OS 9 to run Mac OS X-friendly apps. ®

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