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June 2015

@leebennett Since that time, Apple bought the name.

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@leonovco No, but I don't use AirPlay that often.

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Debugging Exceptions in Xcode: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/3…

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Mac OS X 10.10.4 “Improves Networking Reliability”: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/3…

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The Age of Writing iOS Apps for Love: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/3…

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Hopefully, we'll now get an update that fixes Apple TV networking.

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@mikeash I thought you fixed that with a plug-in?

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@landonfuller Ran into what seems to be a bug in the store, so it's been almost a month since I submitted, and app is not even in review.

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@FoxTrotSearch Could you please check your e-mail for Case 328404?

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@mpweiher So is this the first of many APIs to be opened up? Or is there something different about maps?

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Map Kit Outside of the Mac App Store: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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All American Civil War Games Removed From the App Store: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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“Send <appname> Feedback” Sends to Apple: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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Avoid Download Issues With Mac App Store Purchases: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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Lightroom 6.1 Doesn’t Get New Features: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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Eleven Stupid Backup Strategies: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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@leandrofavarin Glad you like it. Another benefit is that there is now a single tweet that everyone’s replies hang off of, so easier to find

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Taylor Swift vs. Apple Music: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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More Problems With iCloud Photo Library Uploads: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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Copying Coordinates With Long Press in Compass: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/2…

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@marcoarment I never used to get that, now get it every time.

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@dnanian @adamengst No, first I was using a Dual-Link DVI display, now DisplayPort.

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@iTod @owensd But certainly there is some room here for personal preference, and your example is better than others I've seen.

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@iTod @owensd I'm not a fan of the extra lines at the top to declare the variables, the extra indentation, or repeating the return value.

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@adamengst That is interesting that sleep helps. That wouldn't work for me because it was happening during long-running backups.

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@iTod I knew about it, but when there are multiple things to clean up, try/finally is so awkward that people use goto and multiple labels.

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@iTod Yes, if we're talking about runtime behavior, and we have zero-cost exceptions. But I thought we were talking about codegen.

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@iTod @owensd @cananito I don't really think finally is finer-grained. Can't you achieve the same thing with defer by introducing a scope?

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@iTod Haven't looked at the assembly, but I would assume yes because try/finally has to essentially catch and rethrow the exception.

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@iTod Yes, mainly the syntax is much more convenient and readable. And there is the codegen difference because it’s not based on exceptions.

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@iTod Keep related blocks of code together.

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Swift 2 Error Handling, Continued: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/1…

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@chrisatzinger Have not tried it, but it looks like it would support that.

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My dad just updated to Yosemite and got bit by this iPhoto issue. Doubt he ever had a MAS version, so too late now. fatcatsoftware.com/iplm/Help/the%…

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App Store Search Is Still Depressing: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/1…

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How Crash Bandicoot Was Fit Into 2MB of RAM: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/1…

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Introduction to WebKit Content Blockers: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/06/1…

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@stormchild I’m starting to like Lightroom as well. Still miss tons from Aperture, though.

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Trying to file a DTS incident because of a problem with iTunes Connect, but the Submit button doesn't do anything.

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@mjdrayton Lucky. This problem has followed me through drives, enclosures, Macs, UPSes, and homes.

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@jcenters @adamengst Mine are on a UPS as well, and I tried w/o UPS and high-end models to make sure it wasn’t due to the UPS’s wave form.

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@adamengst Have seen it a few times during the day, not directly when I was watching, but there was no screensaver running.

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@adamengst I mostly see it at night, though that's just when I tend to do the long-running operations.

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@chockenberry However, also updated another app that uses the same version format, did not get Invalid Binary, and it passed review.

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@chockenberry I have one that's stuck at Invalid Binary with Invalid Bundle Identifier Format, though I don't think it violates the rules.

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@adamengst Yes, the drives remounted right away. It's as if they were unplugged and then plugged back in.

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@adamengst Let us know if you figure it out. I've seen lots of problems like that with USB 3, though not FireWire. mjtsai.com/blog/2014/06/1…

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@danielpunkass Yep, I saw that in the otool output. Seems like it could solve most problems automatically when the tooling improves.

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@danielpunkass Perhaps there's a way to make other types of binaries link that way, though probably not movable ones like command-line tools

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@danielpunkass Looks like an extension will automatically reference the host app's dylib.

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@twostraws That wouldn't work with an enum defined in Cocoa, because a later version of the OS could add to the enum after compilation.

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@twostraws Safe, though. I agree that it's unhelpful, though not sure how it would know you didn't want the default.

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@twostraws Thought you were saying that if you add to the enum it wouldn't check that you are catching the new value, but it's supposed to.

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@twostraws I see what you mean, but it's not really about safety because it does check that either your catch the error or declare "throws".

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Most of the links from this WWDC 2003 compilation are broken, but kudos to @gruber, @leebennett, and @arstechnica. mjtsai.com/blog/2003/06/2…

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@michaelzoradi Really appreciate how quickly you get the videos out, and I like being able to see more of the speakers, not just the slides.

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@michaelzoradi My wife was a good sport and chose Ali Ozer’s session for us to watch.

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@twostraws Yep, that just happened to me a few days ago. Don't forget to change it in Application Loader, too, by clicking on your name.

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@ahknight Finally. Probably one of my first Radars was asking for layout managers.

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Even after rebooting, the Apple TV wouldn’t play any content from the store, since Tuesday. But the WWDC videos work.

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@iOSDevil The app preference is opt out. Not sure how they explain things before the system asks you for permission.

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@natevw Seems like way too much friction to me, but I’d like to be proven wrong. Not sure how iCloud and other entitlements would work…

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@natevw Probably nothing. Though there are already 300+K registered developers who could have been doing that for the last few years.

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@natevw Presumably you can only sign the binary for a very limited number of devices.

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@nickheer @danielpunkass @marczak I updated the post to add a link, and somehow it ended up in WordPress’s trash. Fixed now.

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@dnanian Well, if they intend for that to be allowed, I would think they would be willing to support writing EAs to a non boot volume.

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@dnanian Ah, thanks for explaining. I wonder what they're going to do for asr.

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@dnanian I thought it only affected writing to the boot volume?

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@wenge I meant revisiond. (Thanks, autocorrect.)

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@wenge Thanks, but that only deletes .MobileBackups. Doesn't seem to affect the .DocumentRevisions-V100 folder from revision.

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Is there a tool (other than rm) for compacting .DocumentRevisions-V100? On my volume, the versions DB consumes nearly half the total space.

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How can Apple know Siri's word error rate? I almost never correct Siri errors, but it makes them all the time.

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@nickheer I thought you made a lot of good points. Don't recall anything that seemed off.

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.20 improves filtering accuracy, documentation, log, scripts, and lots more: c-command.com/blog/2015/06/0… (cc: @MailPlugins)

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dropdmg DropDMG 3.2.7 makes it easier to create disk images with layouts, improves robustness, interface, and documentation: c-command.com/blog/2015/06/0…

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@chmaynard No, that was just from iTunes Connect. After some searching, it seems to be a pretty common but non-fatal problem.

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@chmaynard It eventually succeeded, then told me the API analysis file was too large. Now the build is Uploaded but not available to submit.

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Application Loader stalled for 5 minutes "Verifying assets with the App Store."

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eaglefiler EagleFiler 1.6.5 makes searching faster and includes lots of other enhancements and fixes: c-command.com/blog/2015/06/0…

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