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comment How to start xgterm terminal in OS X Yosemite
Because IRAF installs the environmental script into your .cshrc file, so if you run that shell you're setup and ready to go. Really, you don't need to run CSH, you can update the shell of your choice to load the IRAF environment settings, but that takes extra work.
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comment Reuse other app's icon in my app?
To take a more common example - start producing a soda using Coke's logo and see how far you get. Doing this deliberately is close to fraud as well.
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