Let $G$ be a compact Lie group and $T$ a maximal torus of $G$. One way to construct a complex structure on $G/T$ is to choose a nilpotent subalgebra $\mathfrak{n}^+$ corresponding to some choice of positive roots of the complexified Lie algebra of $G$. We let $J_0$ be the corresponding almost complex structure on $\mathfrak{n}^+\oplus \mathfrak{n}^-$, which yields an invariant almost complex structure $J_x$ at every $x\in G/T$ and show that it is integrable using the Newlander-Nirenberg theorem. Another way to show the existence of a complex structure on $G/T$ is to let $B$ be a Borel subgroup of the complexification $G^{\mathbb C}$ of $G$ and show that $G^{\mathbb C}/B$ is diffeomorphic to $G/T$.

If the positive roots of $B$ are the same as those we used to choose $\mathfrak{n}^+$ will the complex structures be the same? I.e. will $J_x$ be equal to the usual $J'_x$ on $G^\mathbb{C}/B$ after pulling it back to be a map on $T_x(G^\mathbb{C}/B)$? Or are the two complex structures merely "equivalent?" And how are they equivalent?