IDLE: use 'macOS' where appropriate. #79394
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assignee = 'https://github.com/terryjreedy' closed_at = <Date 2018-12-11.21:13:21.616> created_at = <Date 2018-11-12.05:06:14.715> labels = ['3.8', 'expert-IDLE', 'type-feature', '3.7'] title = "IDLE: use 'macOS' where appropriate." updated_at = <Date 2018-12-11.21:13:21.615> user = 'https://github.com/terryjreedy'
activity = <Date 2018-12-11.21:13:21.615> actor = 'terry.reedy' assignee = 'terry.reedy' closed = True closed_date = <Date 2018-12-11.21:13:21.616> closer = 'terry.reedy' components = ['IDLE'] creation = <Date 2018-11-12.05:06:14.715> creator = 'terry.reedy' dependencies =  files =  hgrepos =  issue_num = 35213 keywords = ['patch'] message_count = 11.0 messages = ['329713', '329715', '329724', '329741', '329742', '329748', '329749', '329957', '329961', '329962', '331651'] nosy_count = 4.0 nosy_names = ['terry.reedy', 'ned.deily', 'matrixise', 'miss-islington'] pr_nums = ['10478', '10559', '10560'] priority = 'normal' resolution = 'fixed' stage = 'resolved' status = 'closed' superseder = None type = 'enhancement' url = 'https://bugs.python.org/issue35213' versions = ['Python 3.6', 'Python 3.7', 'Python 3.8']
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The history of names for 10.X, from the reference above (which also has nicknames, like 'Mavericks' and 'Mohave', which I believe we do not use).
10.0 to 10.7: Mac OS X (space or spaces sometime left out, as in macosx)
AFAIK, the current Mac installers support either 10.6+ or 10.9+. The macosx references to 'Mac OS X 10.6' and 'OS X 10.7 and 10.8' are properly not changed.
'OS X' in pyshell.py is removed in PR 10464.
The most recent item in NEWS.txt using 'OS X' is for bpo-27310, June 2016, by Ned, who used 'OS X'. So no changes to NEWS.txt or NEWS2.txt.
** Ned **
Same issue with 'OS X Cocoa Tk 8.5' in editor.py.
Editor.py also has "Some OS X systems have only one mouse button". It seems to me that 'Mac' would be a better replacement that 'macOS' as the mouse is part of the hardware system, not the OS software.