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How does ARDI Executor compare to the Mac OS X emulation in this linked article? Are they on the right path, or does Executor do things differently?

They're really not comparable at all. Executor is a 68k emulator + APIs for OS7; the tough part there is doing the emulation properly, and then just implementing all the APIs. Darling is just a binary loader + APIs; the loader is trivial but there are a bajillion APIs. Probably 3-4 orders of magnitude more complexity in Darling, simply due to how much is in OS X.

I do think they're on the right track, though. Hoping to lend a hand when I get some free time.

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