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January 28th, 2021

@tclementdev It’s not clear to me that this lets you prevent an app from being backed up in the first place. And, u… https://t.co/RB2wAJ30J0

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ProtonMail Opposes EU Golden Key: https://t.co/KxLZXvowJo #mjtsaiblog

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Facebook May Sue Over AppTrackingTransparency: https://t.co/8K31z8xTN4 #mjtsaiblog

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Mac Mini Power Consumption and Thermal Output Specs: https://t.co/sHoTKmG96Y #mjtsaiblog

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@jckarter @tolmasky :( Thanks for confirming. I guess one could still make a generic Objective-C exception catcher… https://t.co/TRnmjWykSX

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@jckarter @tolmasky No, I mean the first closure parameter, called "try". The exception goes through the Swift clos… https://t.co/A8XGBK0fui

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@jckarter @tolmasky Does it count as a Swift frame if the Obj-C code that does the catching is calling a Swift clos… https://t.co/I3LB36FM7g

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@tolmasky Yep, that’s how to do it. I’m not sure how safe the generic wrapper approach really is since you’re not s… https://t.co/Ocvhipu3SH

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