"It was all hookers and balloons at Sun Microsystems when the
company first found out that Apple would pick up its well-regarded
DTrace analysis tool for use with Mac OS X. Now, however, one of
the lead DTrace developers has expressed some regrets after Apple
'broke' his software in an apparent bid to protect big media and
"Adam Leventhal went full and frontal this week with his assault
on Apple and iTunes. The Sun software engineer lobbed a blog ,
accusing Apple of tweaking his precious DTrace to the point of
destruction. Full of code snippets and talk of tick-1s probes,
Leventhal's complaint lives in the land of the developer to be
sure, although it would seem to have some broader implications
about how far Apple will go to protect Hollywood chums..."
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