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July 12th, 2014

@siracusa @brentsimmons Agreed, but is the plan for a systems language or an app language? Are they dogfooding any major apps?

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@siracusa @brentsimmons My guess is that Swift will eventually gain reflection but (alas) continue to have classes non-@objc by default.

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@siracusa @brentsimmons Agreed, but I do think it makes sense to document and publicize them.

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@inessential @brentsimmons Yes, currently Swift isn't just missing Objective-C dynamic stuff like swizzling, but even Java-style reflection.

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@dokas Glad to hear that. Keep up the good work.

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@dokas I can't look at it anymore right now, since the Apple TV keeps giving me the spinner and saying it can't connect to Flickr.

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@dokas I meant the thumbs for photos in my albums, not people's profile images. The full-screen photos look good, though.

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@dokas I do still see halos of what look like JPEG artifacts around people's heads in the square thumbnails. Could that be my TV?

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@dokas I think I may have been misremembering, and it was the iTunes movie "thumbs" that used to look really compressed on Apple TV 3.

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@dokas Was it always this way? The quality does seem better than in the original Flickr Apple TV app. Will have to do some more comparisons.

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