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and are synonymous, and should probably be merged.

I do not have sufficient rep to do so, and this answer indicated that asking here was the correct way to flag for merging.

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No, foundation is the ObjC library. It's been around much longer than zurb. –  Richard J. Ross III May 4 '13 at 14:00

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Please don't.

There is misunderstood with "Foundation Framework" and "Zurb Foundation". Simply check on Google and you will spot the difference: https://www.google.fr/search?q=foundation-framework

These two tags must not be merged or became synomyns because it's (in fact) two different things: is related to Objective-C Foundation framework development but can also be related to the Foundation Framework from Zurb.

I have retagged questions related to Zurb Framework which have tag.

I think, we just need a description for to define exactly what it is and what is not, inside the excerpt. Like:

The Foundation framework defines a base layer of Objective-C classes. It's not related to Zurb Foundation Framework.

I don't know Objective-C, but maybe this tag can be killed ... (17 questions in the whole Objective-C questions on SO).

Edit:

I see that is in fact . So should be a synonym of . I've retaggef question with tag to add the .

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