@samstigler Are they going to count how many phones are currently reporting their location as being on a given road?
Not sure why I didn't do this before, but I'm now running multiple invocations of optipng in parallel to take advantage of all these cores.
How does the iPhone get the traffic data that it sends to Apple?
@danielpunkass This is what .Mac HomePage should have done: if you really can't preserve the data and photos, provide a good way to export.
@danielpunkass Did they charge you an incident for this?
@danielpunkass Happy for you, but that's not exactly encouraging.
Bye, bye, PowerPC. Apple's Universal Binaries page is no more: http://www.apple.com/uni...
@emd F-Secure has been credible in the past. Alex Levinson, who was the source for Apple not collecting the data, links to them approvingly.
@AngryDingo Would require changes to Sparrow.
@danwood "file" should be able to do that.
@ddribin They found a "tweet" announcing the 32-bit clean version of BBEdit!
@danielpunkass Well! At least this should eventually give you an interesting story.
@danielpunkass Address Book, perhaps?
@danielpunkass Don't keep us in suspense. What nasty stuff were you trying to do to CoreData.framework? :-)
@rentzsch BlacX. Had lots of other problems with Voyager Q a while back, so I don't use it anymore.
1 dead hard drive, 1 flaky drive dock that seems to mess up good drives, lots of SuperDupering and EagleFiler checksumming going on today.
@dnanian That's surprising. Well, good to know I suppose. So you switched to On Demand?
@dnanian What hardware did you try it with?
Trying to figure out why Xcode's Log navigator is no longer parsing out the individual unit test failures like it does for compiler errors.
@drewmccormack Well, you do have to pay again for music and video.
@kevinhoctor What does it indicate is half full (or empty)?
@nedley Good that it shows the shortcuts for the navigator. I still think there should be some indication that this works for Open Quickly.
@mattgemmell Yes, and what does the half-circle inside the search field mean?
@kevinhoctor Yep, I like it in Aperture, too. I'm still not sold on the idea of it being at the bottom of the window, though.
@eridius Aha. I nearly always use Open Quickly and avoid the navigator even more now that Xcode 4 can't sort it…
@eridius I expected holding Option to change the name of the menu command. Didn't think to try it in the dialog.
@eridius That's nice. Too bad the UI doesn't give any modifier key feedback. Is this documented somewhere? Seems to be a common question.
@eridius Wow, that's a great tip—thanks!
Xcode 4 really needs "Open Quickly in Assistant Editor."
@leebennett Apple Mail?
Upgrading to Acorn 3. @ccgus has been busy!
@bbedit Happy birthday!
Pleased to have gotten a good answer on my year-old Superuser question: http://bit.ly/g4aVZ3
@daveverwer Thanks for the site. It's a neat idea.
@gruber No, it doesn't work on a list of messages. IIRC this technique was the old way, before Mail's "move" command worked properly.
@gruber For SpamSieve I changed it to set the mailbox property of each message.
@pilky Doesn't sound so bad to me; Xcode 4 can't sort alphabetically!
@jimcorreia Yeah, I too got a big scheme surprise when I didn't keep a certain file under version control.
@jtrainer I hope you mean the bug is with Xcode, not xcodebuild. :-)
@jtrainer The odd thing is that in Terminal you can do xcodebuild with the test bundle target and it will test all arches. But no nice GUI.
@jtrainer Yes, but you can only pick one architecture at a time. Xcode 3 could test all architectures at once. Am I missing something?
@jtrainer Overall, unit testing is much better in Xcode 4, but there doesn't seem to be a way to run tests for more than one architecture…
@siracusa python -c "from Carbon import File, Files; print File.FSRef('~/foo').FSGetCatalogInfo(Files.kFSCatInfoAccessDate).accessDate"
@siracusa Is that different from the one shown by stat?
@petermaurer It recently self-updated for me.
@gittower It's great to see such continuous improvement.