Finally interface builder has a working subversion support, so no more shellscripts to save the .svn directories before editing them.
Sadly jump to external editor from build window still is missing, although filed as bug directly after 1.1 was out. That means i still have to stick to the errors & warnings "Smart Playlist" that always opens the internal editor on the first click :-(
Download as always via ADC
Sadly AppKiDo breaks due to changes in the Documenation structure, so make sure to copy your /Developer/Documentation folder before the install, and move it there again afterwards, if you depend as heavily on AppKiDo as I do. Having tried to work with the Xcode documentation browser today revealed again how crappy it is in comparision.
BTW: Andy Lee promised a fix real soon :-)
What should I say? It served me well, was way ahead of its competition, and lost. Nevertheless I'm still doing some DTP stuff on it from time to time, it does 1600 by 1200 with no problems, has a great UI, but nevertheless kind of died out. Yeah, there are still fans and supporters, and Artworks 2 is really great but the OS now really lost its lead, and is too far behind to be taken seriously for many things. But nevertheless, if I would do mainly DTP a new RiscOS machine with Ovation Pro, Artworks 2 and Photodesk would still be my machine of choice to work with.
This is from the last mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
At least now I now these mails are not auto generated :-).
... watch those animated Motion Pictures.
Yeah, finally: slashdot recognizes the idea of self-contained applications. RISC OS always had them, NeXT had them, Mac OS X has them, linux doesn't. Some ex RISC OS people are trying their best with ROX to bring the usability of RISC OS onto the linux platform. While being around for a long time, I always thought linux people never get it. But maybe there's hope, and finally we will see self contained applications instead of binaries and stuff all spread over /usr/local/bin /etc /lib /bla. Not that I really count on it, I'm save with Mac OS X which does a decent job of making applications self contained and organizing preferences and additions in a decent directory structure.
One thing I'm still missing in the Mac OS X application bundle system is accessing the application's help without starting it. Its in the bundle, but finder has no generalized way of accessing it. Pity.