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I came across this:

It seems this may be the source code for VMware Fusion. Is this for real?

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Seems on-topic to me. VMWare Fusion includes a Pro version designed for server operators including simulating environments like cloud deployment. – toolbear74 Apr 30 '15 at 19:25
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No, it is not.
These are the open source tools used in VMWare Fusion, for which VMWare is required to distribute the source code in accordance with the tool's license agreement.

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