I love Trac, but am moving my scm to git (instead of Subversion). My problem is getting a functional install of Trac with the git-Trac plugin working on my remote server. To solve that problem, I’m going to make sure first that I can get a fully functional version running locally. Here are my notes….
I thought I was ready to dive into the functionality changes/fixes around views, but discovered an incompatibility in saving images in different formats that needed to be corrected first.
After completing the conversion to 64-bit, MagicBrush-Photo is “broken” since it also relies on the 10.4 SDK and some behavior has changed in 10.6. Here are a few of the issues and problems that had to be overcome.
Okay, there are tons of sparkline libraries on the web (PHP, Python, Ruby, etc.) But it does not appear that anyone has implemented them within Cocoa on a Mac so the premiere content creation platform can easily generate these dense collections of information. So, what would an extension on NSAttributedString look like so sparklines can […]
It’s time to spend a little quality time with MagicBrush-Photo and start getting it ready for Snow Leopard. Step one is getting it ready to handle 64-bit addressing.
Working on my next iPhone App and exploring some infrastructure options. Here are links to a few resources I’ve been examining….
Talkbubbles version 1.2.2 is available for purchase and updating in the App Store (link).
I’ve had sporadic reports of flipped and distorted images within TalkBubbles. I thought I had these fixed, but thanks to one persistent customer, discovered otherwise. Now, with version 1.2.2 submitted to the App Store. I can say it is fixed. Read on to see how to overcome this in your own code.
Talkbubbles version 1.2.1 is available for purchase and updating in the App Store (link).
As mentioned in my previous post, I want to keep my skills fresh by working on simple, defined problems and solving them in both Objective-C and Erlang. Here is the second problem.