> This might be true in some sense, but it is not practical. GNUStep
> does not get much attention in Emacs, but it is more likely that a
> developer that has looked at the OSX code takes a stab at it if they
> are similar and use the same API:s. If we bring in the Mac port, I
> think we must drop GNUStep due to lack of developer time.
> Also, while not perfect, a developer making big sweeping changes
> across all platforms can at least compile for GNUStep if there is no
> OSX-machine at hand.
Yes. I have actually been able to make some (small) changes to the ns
port, because I can compile it for GNUstep (I don't have a Mac) and see
that the changes work.