Apple finds open source turning sour

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Apple finds open source turning sour

Apple’s relationship with the open source community has come under renewed attack after reports on the Web that KHTML developers are unhappy with the way the direction that Apple has taken with Safari.

KHTML is an open source rendering engine – the software that takes the HTML and Javascript code that makes up Web pages and turns it into something readable on a computer screen. Apple chose it, rather than the Mozilla Gecko engine, when it decided to develop its own browser, namely Safari, which was released in January 2003.

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