As you can read on AppleInsider, the PPC support seems to go away from Mac OS X 10.7. I don't expect Apple to ship Xcode with PPC support for Lion.
This means that once I move to Mac OS X 10.7 for developing plugins, I will drop PowerPC support. That will likely be as soon as the GM version is available (maybe two weeks before official launch). Whether Mac OS X 10.4 support has to end the same day, depends on whether I can configure compilers to output plugin libraries which still load on Tiger.
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see facebook.com. Still confusing. I tried 3 times to get a business account now and on the end I made a personal one...
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I also added events for the two REAL Studio conferences.
New in this prerelease of the 2.3 plugins:
- Fixed linking bug with libcrypto so the plugin loads again on Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5.
- Added Window.ShowOverlay and Window.HideOverlay.
- Added Window.AsPDF function.
- Added WebView.SearchText.
Is that already 10 years since I signed up? First it was free, later I paid for it. Now it's named MobileMe.
I'm still using the disc space (good to have 20 GB extra on another server for file downloads). Also synchronization between Macs for my calendars and contacts is a must. And of course when traveling and you have to send an email and none of my Macs (or iDevices) nearby, the me.com login is easy to remember.
Do never, never and never change libcrypto library files.
On Mac OS X if you move them out of the lib folder, overwrite with some other version or somehow else destroy them, you are lost.
Nearly no application will launch. Finder can't copy files any more as all the authorization stuff won't work.
Terminal will not be able to use sudo or su commands. VMWare will crash on startup.
Solution: Target disc mode and fix from other Mac.
so don't replace files in /usr/lib.
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Recently I read this article in the daily: Bad news travels fast - Beware the high-speed rail boondoggle. It's amazing that USA doesn't really have a fast railway network.
Recently I made this picture on an ICE train:
Actually it was 243 km/h, but until I had my iPhone out to take the picture, it went down to 233 as we were approaching the next station. This train drives regularly with 280 km/h which is 170 miles per hour.
Even as you can drive that fast legally on highways in Germany, using the train can be very comfortable. You can surf the web, watch video or have your dinner in the train.
So if you plan to build high speed railroad in the US, why not connect places like Chicago and Atlanta with a train going so fast that a race between two persons going from one city to the other, the one taking the train arrives faster than the other taking the airplane? And not an 80 miles railroad described in the article above.
Just my 0.02 cents...