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@jasperblues I agree with separate keywords, but I think “dynamic” should have been the default. Feels like having to type “nonfinal.”

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@jasperblues That part I think they got right in b5. The concerns are now separated, and there’s no implied deprecation for “dynamic.”

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@jasperblues So you have to mark each method “dynamic” individually: mjtsai.com/blog/2014/08/1…

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@jasperblues I think you have it backwards. As of b5, if you mark with “@objc” but not “dynamic” the compiler can inline the method.

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@kch @ccgus Because you don't want to leave the Mac running while you're out and about?

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@ccgus @kch Do you mean a Linux/hosted server?

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@nolobe_matt Getting SPF errors trying to reply to your e-mail. Tried multiple SMTP servers, so I think the issue's on your end.

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@gte I'm having that problem, too, but alas it doesn't seem to be due to the cable.

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@radiofreelunch @FogBugz Yes, Safari is still not officially supported with the performance upgrade.

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I'm not sure whether it's due to a recent regression, but @FogBugz is currently much faster in Chrome than in Safari.

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@danielpunkass @smorr Amazon SES seems to have its own content filter that sometimes doesn't like my order confirmation e-mails.

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@danielpunkass @smorr DreamHost has been on and off various blacklists that SpamCop uses.

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@smorr I'm using FastMail as a backup. Very reliable, just can't handle volume for primary.

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@smorr That’s what I use, although some servers think SES is spam, too, despite their strict policies. Need a backup server.

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@siegel 72 MB for LaunchBar RPRVT here (uptime 4 days).

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@milend One of the reasons I don't like to reboot is that, for the last several versions, Finder no longer remembers my open windows.

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@milend If only we had a modern OS that could manage memory automatically among applications.

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@milend I probably reboot at least once a week. More often if the system is warning me about low RAM.

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@danielpunkass @marczak @rustyshelf See also: mjtsai.com/blog/2013/07/2… “broke the App Store guidelines by ‘promoting a competing platform‘.”

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@danielpunkass @marczak @rustyshelf There's a specific rule (3.1) not to mention other platforms. And it's not under the Trademark section.

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@siegel @milend I didn't even have room in that tweet for Xcode, Safari, and mds. :-) BBEdit still uses barely any RAM, though.

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@milend @siegel VMs. Aperture. Apps are just hungry these days. iTunes: 800 MB. CrashPlan: 1 GB. Mail: 800 MB. Tower: 300 MB.

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