@rosyna For example, any "library" style application or an application that wants to sync its non-document App Support folder.
@rosyna I doubt that would apply to most of the cases I'm thinking about. Still, would be nice to test it with TextEdit.
@rosyna Right, but you don't know that the constituent files are all done syncing or even in a consistent state.
@rosyna I mean if you want to read a folder or package on iCloud Drive. Sounds like the daemon is not going to report the overall state.
@drance Yes, it needs Bluetooth to work with iOS.
@wooster Fixed itself after I deleted a lot of the metadata files inside the project package.
@wooster Nope. It opened the project window, but when I click on the blue project icon in the sidebar it showed the plist.
@kevinwalzer Lion and later require 64-bit, so I guess you only need to care about 32-bit if you're plugging into an older app.
Xcode 6.1 is displaying my project as an ASCII plist.
@kevinwalzer I still see the option for Universal in Xcode.
@nriley For me, it does remember the scroll position per mailbox, but it reset each mailbox to the top once.
@optshiftk Same here.
@dnanian As I recall it was more like 300 MB total under Mavericks.
@dnanian Yosemite Mail is using about 489 MB of RAM for me, plus 280 MB for Mail Web Content, without a single message open for viewing.
@leebennett Me, too.
@nuoji Incidentally, this also means that a hypothetical second implementation of the language would need to do all the same optimizations…
@nuoji Seems like you have to hope that the compiler never regresses and also that you can figure out what it's doing in pathological cases.