This article is from the MachTen & CodeBuilder FAQ, by Jaime Julca firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Since MachTen is a straight BSD port, anything BSD is a good choice. If the
source has flags for BSD, it's a great place to start. The next best are
NexT or SunOS. You will have to recompile anything that was not compiled for
MachTen. O'Reilly has a good book on porting UNIX programs.
G8.d. Why does Tenon have two CD's of ported apps?
Ported Apps Volume 1 is for Professional MachTen. Volume is applications for
G8.e. Why does Tenon suggest purchasing Ported Apps Volume 2 for use with
Two reasons. First, Ported Apps extends CodeBuilder's suite to include
advanced UNIX-based tools. Second, Ported Apps comes with over 200 MB of
source code, which can be used to develop UNIX-based or standalone Macintosh