The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

October 18th, 2016

@wilshipley I think most people thought the unreasonable part was that they shut down his main account without notification or explanation.

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@grynspan @siegel OK. I’ll compare again sometime.

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@grynspan @siegel I just mean the basic POSIX attributes.

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@siegel @grynspan Which may be fine when amortized, but in my case I only needed to check each file once, so it was all wasted vs. stat().

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@siegel @grynspan With large numbers of files (some years ago), the lower level stuff seemed to have a lot of caching overhead.

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@grynspan @siegel The NSURL API is nice for these higher level properties. Not sure about, say, NSURLIsDirectoryKey (speed, caching).

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@grynspan @siegel Got a bunch of crash reports and a frantic e-mail right after shipping, so apparently customers are using 10.10.

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@grynspan @siegel I miss being able to use old SDKs to prevent these types of bugs. But I guess in theory Swift addresses this.

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@wilshipley Didn’t he say it was his mother? https://t.co/HV3lg1qiOV Or are you referring to something after that?

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@siegel That actually makes me feel better. Thanks. But looks like it’s time to file a bug in Deploymate for not catching it.

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Stopped using LSCopyItemInfoForURL on 10.12 because it wasn’t working, but turns out the replacement NSURLIsApplicationKey crashes on 10.10.

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Still With the Mac, Unfashionably: https://t.co/j5Pg2Ag2mt #mjtsaiblog

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Discontinuing Support for Check the Weather: https://t.co/mLLtWdV9Gj #mjtsaiblog

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@lapcatsoftware Must have been a different bug, because I was seeing this with the release version.

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@lapcatsoftware I switched to os_log because of problems with regular NSLog messages not appearing in Sierra.

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RT @spamsieve: SpamSieve 2.9.26 adds support for macOS 10.12.1, improves filtering accuracy: https://t.co/1XHV6w2XTl (cc @MailPlugins)

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RT @eaglefiler: EagleFiler 1.7.2 improves compatibility with macOS 10.12: https://t.co/79mDptUNQY

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RT @dropdmg: DropDMG 3.4.3 improves compatibility with macOS 10.12: https://t.co/IiLyRDwlvV

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@peternlewis I had to download the installer for the next major version, then update: https://t.co/rVBhLLF6X2

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