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July 21st, 2016

Updated “Swift Classes to Be Non Publicly Subclassable by Default”: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/1…

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“This Regular Expression Has Been Replaced With a Substring Function”: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/2…

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@ObjColumnist @milend @jacobgorban Yes, I’m pretty sure it’s in 10.7, but my 10.7 test system wasn’t working.

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@milend @jacobgorban @ObjColumnist Me, too. Until then, Apple is using it themselves, so I consider that an endorsement.

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@milend @jacobgorban @ObjColumnist My conclusion is that for Sierra if you don’t want to use .dmg you should probably use .xip.

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@milend @jacobgorban @ObjColumnist I don’t think Apple has actually documented this but my testing (prior to b3) showed they were not.

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@ObjColumnist @jacobgorban Functionally, signing is the main difference with .zip. Technically, it’s a different format based on .xar.

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@jacobgorban Not that I’m aware of, but perhaps that will change.

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dropdmg DropDMG 3.4 adds support for signing .dmg disk images, creating signed .xip archives, and choosing the file system: c-command.com/blog/2016/07/2…

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@etresoft Yeah, I don’t know why I have to keep doing that. Warning comes back now and then without editing that part of xib in interim.

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@grynspan @rbrockerhoff Hmm, I must have misremembered or it’s been updated since. Thanks.

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@grynspan @rbrockerhoff I had heard that, but it’s not promised by the docs, so wasn’t sure whether we can rely on it…

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“The initial position of this window is outside of this machine’s screen.” No, Xcode, it’s centered.

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