@mpweiher Separate class, separate methods names is fine. But then no reason to subclass. Also, fast enumeration won’t work.
@danielpunkass I don’t think this is really talking about the same issue.
@mergesort Also, the “dynamic” in that post is about “dynamic dispatch,” i.e. virtual methods, not message sending or typing.
@mergesort Your “hybrid” point seems to be undermined by the fact that he also calls Objective-C hybrid.
@mpweiher I believe that’s the most important point. I want people to be able to explore these alternatives from outside the compiler.
@gte Or code generation.
@Callionica Not desirable in this case because then it wouldn’t look right when printing the value.
@jckarter I was more thinking about getting a method reference from an operator. For example, I can write Int.successor but not Int.+ or +
@jckarter Aha, I was used to the way Python does it. Good to know. Can you do that with an operator or only a named method?
@jckarter That is wild. How is it that if x is a Derived and I do (x=>Base.f)() it ends up calling Derived.f()?
@jckarter That would be nice. Right now, Any is hard to do much with.
@jckarter I don’t think that really helps me in this case (making something like XCTAssertEqual()), but it’s a good tip. Thanks.
@jckarter Is there a way to compare to Anys that I know are both Equatable inside?
Sometimes I think all I want for Swift 3 is for indentation and Command-clicking in Xcode to work reliably.
Swift generics: copying and pasting my code for T? so that it can also work for [T], instead of writing it once with id.
@atomicbird In my case, it seems to just be noting that various apps are listening for watches.
OmniDiskSweeper shows that 287 MB of my SSD is used storing WatchConnectivity logs from my iPhone even though I don’t have an Apple Watch.
@petermaurer I’ve used it. Apple uses it in Mail.
@petermaurer I wonder whether that’s considered a bug.
@siegel I’ve already received replies from two different support people (same case number). One asked for the .ipa file…
@nriley Yep, but in the past I have been able to reply with screenshots. After I had submitted the Web form, there was no way to edit.
@bwebster Such Obj-C partisans that Gus writes part of his app in JS, I write an app in Python, and Marcel is making his own language.
@siegel Yep. And the iTC, DTS, and Radar people don’t seem to be able to look up each other’s case numbers.
screenshots to speed things along, but it specifically says not to reply. And, in fact, they may not even respond to me.
iTunes Connect does not support attaching files when reporting an issue. I was planning to reply to the automated response to add some
And, the Contact Us page in iTunes Connect doesn’t have a valid pop-up menu choice for reporting Application Loader issues.
Another Mac App Store submission foiled by spurious iTunes Connect errors: stackoverflow.com/questions/3327…
@mpweiher I see this as adding optional static features rather than removing dynamic ones.
@mpweiher Which dynamic features were removed from Objective-C?
@danielpunkass Yep, I think that’s the way to go.
@danielpunkass Yes. Thought maybe you were using your own custom logging function.
@danielpunkass And do you redirect NSLog to catch messages logged by the frameworks for your process?
@danielpunkass That’s great except if there’s a related error logged by another process that you don’t control.
@mergesort It’s a comment on Sadun’s blog. No permalink.
8 months and counting for the iOS 9 camera-pauses-audio bug: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/03/2…
@czechboy0 I would be surprised if they are not doing both.
@czechboy0 Some commenters reported that Amazon didn’t seem to care. OTOH, Amazon has sued…
@czechboy0 I did write about that. What bothered me is that SwiftKey was withholding non-network features if I didn’t give it network access
@czechboy0 When I looked at SwiftKey, I didn’t want any of the cloud features, yet it wouldn’t let me swipe without granting access.
@czechboy0 It still feels like a different situation to me because it’s obvious that Gboard would need network access to offer search.
@czechboy0 Other than that, I’m not sure what lies you think I’m spreading.
@czechboy0 I retract the first half of that tweet, which was based on my faulty memory of 2014.
@czechboy0 What I wrote was based on info from the SwiftKey Web site and app. Let me get back to you when I’m back at my Mac.
@czechboy0 Different situation because SwiftKey was sending regular typing to them. Gboard only sends searches.
@Schwieb Playing old sound formats? Or was that already removed?
@jckarter Will try to make a good example and file a bug. I suspect the runtime APIs are there, just that patching is easier from Obj-C.
@jckarter Also if you want to use the static analyzer…
@jckarter Not done with app yet, but: handling exceptions raised by Cooca, avoiding bridging overhead for large plists, Obj-C runtime stuff.
@tjluoma No, they use my own plist-based update checker that predates Sparkle.
@tjluoma DropDMG, EagleFiler, SpamSieve
@0xced My understanding is that _stdlib_demangleName() is private API. :(
@mmunz I wish there were something in that niche. And the new MacBook is slower and more expensive than the Air. :(
Some more links about Apple Music and deleted files: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/05/0…
@brainy I thought rounded sounded like a good idea, but in practice it hurt my hand so much and made me grip more tightly.
@flyosity It would also mean they haven’t relearned to make phones that are comfortable to hold, after all.
@peternlewis I just tried this in the new beta, and turning it back on does seem to work now.
@nickheer To me the main issue is the strained justifications.
@nickheer I did not read him as saying that minimal is necessarily bad.
@leebennett Are the edges too far away from each other to make it convenient to navigate in more than one direction?
@leebennett Not discoverable enough?
@_jackhl I just tested a bunch of links from my old blog posts, and the redirects all worked. Thanks! (But what happened to your tweet?)
@pataling As a publisher. Either to have WordPress update the RSS feed or to have it notify IFTTT somehow.
@pataling Do you know of an automated (via RSS) way to do that?