@sanguish Do you mean the file's label in the Finder?
@uliwitness Lemke makes solid use of all the decimal points.
Debating whether to use Aperture's Flickr sync (slick, but some questions about reliability) or Flickr Export (can't replace metadata).
@siegel So you used to be a QUED/M user? :-)
Aperture won't let me set the contact e-mail via AppleScript; says "Contact Email(s)" is a bad name, even though that's what it returns.
@grynspan Yes, fts() is easier and faster than opendir() for recursive traversals. Can load the stat info for you.
Lots of drawing glitches (blank space) in Mail and OmniFocus since installing the Snow Leopard Graphics Update.
@grynspan Yeah, NSDirectoryEnumerator is really slow. I like fts.
@grynspan I ended up sticking with stat() and FSGetCatalogInfo(). Faster even with multiple calls than the URL "resource value" stuff.
@grynspan Actually, I am doing my own caching; I'm testing different ways of filling my cache.
My dad wants to return his iPhone 4. Way more dropped calls than 2G, even in the (unwanted) case. Proximity sensor flawed. >30 days, alas.
@grynspan Right, but I expected that the URL-based APIs would be caching related properties so that in aggregate they would be faster.
Discouraged to find that the cached URL resource methods in Snow Leopard are slower than FSGetCatalogInfo.
@HibariApp In the rare case that someone wants to tweet a \t, perhaps they can type Option-Tab (like in most Find/Replace panels).
@retrophisch Nice. Have you considered adding ratings to that list?
@grynspan Yeah, with blocks you could make an API like Twisted…
@uliwitness I don't recall, but I think they were related to it not being a subclass of NSTextFieldCell or NSActionCell.
@uliwitness As I recall, there are several problems with using NSBrowserCell in an NSTableView…probably better to subclass NSTextFieldCell.
@ccgus Some of the stuff Mail does with SQLite, it doesn't look like Core Data would support efficiently. Would love to know Aperture story.
@lgerbarg That would make an interesting blog post…
@rentzsch That's what I ended up doing as well. :-(
@adamengst Me too. It's a neat idea, although I wonder how much difference it really makes. Is SFTP that bad?
@adamengst Think of it as implementing both the client (Mac app) and server (Perl scripts) sides and having them communicate over SSH.
@jablair Are you sure? It sounds like that still requires the keychain password.
@nothirst Do you have release notes for MoneyWell 1.6?
If I had a nickel for every time someone told me they knew a file had been deleted because they couldn't find it with Spotlight…
@pilky I admire your courage.
@pilky Booting from an SD card was surprisingly slow for me. CD speed.
@kch There's no built-in tool to do that. Please send a spec for what you want to email@example.com. Or maybe try AppleScript?
@kch What do you mean?