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Different types of compatibility layers[edit]

Most of the items in the "compatibility layers" section are layers that run on top of non-UN*X systems that provide a UN*X-compatible programming or command layer.

The exceptions are:

  • Darling - a layer that runs on top of one UN*X (Linux) that emulates another UN*X (macOS) and the vendor-specific layers atop it.
  • UserLAnd - appears to be a layer that runs on top of one UN*X ("Bionic/Linux", a/k/a Android) that emulates another UN*X ("GNU/Linux").

Should they be in a separate section? Guy Harris (talk) 00:26, 3 June 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]