It does or at least can. At one point I made the changes to get it compiling under the OS X version of gcc/g++ (I had a Mac laptop temporarily) but I don't remember if I submitted those changes (I think somebody else did, so I didn't bother?) or if they got into the core. In any case, the changes weren't very complicated.
Anyhow, you should probably check at smaugmuds.org.
Ok. So I unpacked all the data, downloaded the latest gcc/g++ and am now fiddling a bit.
Compiling on MacOSX is fairly new to me, though. Don't even know if I can do it without having appropriate admin rights to the Macbook (machine is a replacement, since my Macbook broke on the same day and for pretty much the same reason my PC broke).
EDIT: You're right, David. The modification to it is minor. Basically a handful of lines. Doesn't take more than 5 minutes. Now if I could only get that compiler to work without installing it :grinning: