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June 27th, 2017

@Schwieb @rosyna No problem. Thanks for the info in any case.

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@Schwieb @rosyna Can you tell whether it works because NSURL was fixed or because of runtime normalization?

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@rosyna Also, there were cases where restoring from backup could mess up the names on disk so they were no longer normalized the same way.

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@rosyna Yes, I linked to an example in a prior post, and commenters found more. I think the guy was even using the NSURL methods.

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@rosyna Since APFS is normalization-preserving, that doesn’t solve the problem. You can get back the “correct” norm… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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@rosyna Yes, but there could also be problems even if you always used the right API.

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@steipete I didn’t file one, since it seemed to be a widely known problem when I first encountered it.

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@rosyna I’m aware of that. Not sure what your comment is in reference to…using that API most certainly does not fix… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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@rsebbe Seems to me that it was about ideology. Adding normalization was a reluctant change. Didn’t act on feedback… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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Disappointed that Xcode 9 doesn’t fix the incompatibility between XCTest and partial availability.

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Bug in Skylake and Kaby Lake Hyper-threading: mjtsai.com/blog/2017/06/2…

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Google Will Stop Reading Your E-mails for Gmail Ads: mjtsai.com/blog/2017/06/2…

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@ddribin I've had to replace (warranty, thankfully) about 1/3 of our Crees within the first 2.5 years.

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