@dnanian I meant actual crash logs. So I guess it's not crashing for you, at least.
@dnanian Really? I'm still getting of crash reports in Mail's Exchange code (mostly assertion failures).
@vlade On the to-do list.
@dhh Erlang and Haskell are “new”?
@atomicbird I thought you were going to stop before the word “unit.”
Mac OS X 10.10.1 seems to have fix the bug where +[NSURL URLByResolvingAliasFileAtURL:options:error:] didn’t work.
@isaiah I just made a test app with Xcode's Mac Core Data template. External binary storage is in folder adjacent to DB beginning with ".".
@isaiah Odd. Well, I guess you could use fs_usage or DTrace to figure it out.
@isaiah Did you check the database itself? I think that option is only advisory, so maybe Core Data chose not to use a separate file.
@isaiah It's not in a folder next to your database file?
@danielpunkass Don't mind it at all. Always wanted it topmost but for some reason assumed the list was sorted.
@danielpunkass Right. I wanted to change the overall default, though, because I like to have Local Drafts selected most of the time.
Just figured out that I can drag and drop to reorder my blogs in MarsEdit to change the default one for new posts.
@JonathanHoover Will double check, but I think this was already set up properly as it was working for him prior to iOS 8 and Yosemite.
A friend wonders why some of his iMessages appear only on Mac and iPad or only on iPhone: “Maybe they are connected to different clouds…”
@marcoarment So sorry for you and Tiff's loss.
@basilshkara This is an odd one because it looks like ToolbarAdvanced.icns does have the 64x64 version in 10.10 (plus a bigger one in 10.9).
@basilshkara Pretty sure this one was not new in Yosemite.
@basilshkara Yeah, I try to do the right thing and use the system images, but some are non-Retina, others are not updated to modern look, …