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

August 27th, 2021

@SamJ0hn Yes! The stats should be for the time from first submission to Ready for Sale, not how quickly they can re… https://t.co/7bboN4qCOj

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@mbuchetics @roustem Is it written somewhere that an API called from Swift should never put anything in an autorele… https://t.co/JBoou2aPa0

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@Catfish_Man @dgregor79 @typesanitizer That happens to me with the Swift compiler every day.

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Hopscotch Going Through App Store Review: https://t.co/V0KtlfMuoq #mjtsaiblog

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@siegel @SamJ0hn I think I’ve only heard of one case where the bug fix *was* allowed to go through, and it was stil… https://t.co/4vsf7GgL7e

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@siegel @bbedit @SamJ0hn “For apps that are already on the App Store, bug fixes will no longer be delayed over guid… https://t.co/Vcufwm3V9i

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@roustem How is it a bug/leak in Swift if you can work around it with an autorelease pool?

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@mxswd 2. I understand that what the server sends to the verifying device is encrypted for that device. But, prior… https://t.co/ZTXW9NPIW3

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@mxswd 1. It’s not clear to me that this is the same thing being discussed in the article. Does iCloud Keychain alw… https://t.co/78BnTk3eBh

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@mxswd Are you sure that’s related to this? To docs I saw seem to imply it’s only for password resets. Do you then… https://t.co/metAFZgQcz

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