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These guys?As people get older, it tends to be harder to learn new things so the resistance to new things is understandable but if there's a better way forward, it's time to make the shift. The following point mentioned earlier might harm adoption:"You cannot import C++ code directly into Swift. Instead, create an Objective-C or C wrapper for C++ code."For heavy C++ codebases, people might think if they have to make wrappers for the C++ anyway, they'd be as well sticking...
I thought I'd read somewhere that 1024 had been the original but no, Threes was the first one:http://www.ibtimes.com/what-2048-convoluted-origin-threes-1024-game-clone-topping-app-store-charts-1568533It's a shame Apple doesn't enforce some anti-copying measures in the App Store. They know the publish dates of the apps so they can see which ones are derivatives. They don't necessarily have to ban them but either take a portion of revenue to give to the original or just...
If they are encrypted, they don't spin down for some reason but it could also be down to the drive models not responding properly to the eject. OS X should sleep the drive automatically after a certain amount of idle time though and you can set this yourself in the terminal:sudo pmset -a disksleep 1This sets the drive spin down to the lowest setting of 1 minute - in system prefs > energy saver, the checkbox to sleep the drives sets this but the default is 10 minutes I...
2048 is based on someone else's app 1024 though:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.veewo.a1024http://www.veewo.combut then you can see how many apps veewo has copied too. The App Store is full of these clones. Originality is hard, milking someone else's original idea is much easier.
I don't think so. C# and .Net have shown how there can be wide adoption of a new language if it improves developer productivity:http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/261958/a-z_programming_languages_c_/?Most people were familiar with C, C++, Java, Python before Objective-C arrived and it was a language nobody wanted to learn and many didn't. People took ages to port Carbon code to Cocoa, even Apple with FCP. 3rd party SDKs for making games bypass it - Unreal, Unity,...
I noticed that too, what's up with the double cog in iOS? The icon spacing seems better in Yosemite too. I was expecting rounded rectangles though.Font change should be good, I guess this will be Helvetica Neue or Avenir.I prefer the 2D Dock. I'm not a huge fan of the overuse of translucency but the inverted black menu is a nice option.
They have examples here:https://developer.apple.com/library/prerelease/ios/referencelibrary/GettingStarted/LandingPage/index.htmlYou can click through a bunch of pages there.No semicolons at the end of lines but that doesn't mean tabs for scope like python as they still use braces. I guess they'll use newlines for end of line markers. This is harder in cross-platform languages due to the variety in line endings but fine for OS X.It looks clean and real-time feedback is...
If you get a NAT error, the modem must be providing this. DHCP auto assigns addresses, NAT converts a single external IP into local ones. You need both.What bridge mode does is allows the modem to do the address translation but without DHCP, it can't assign the addresses automatically.I'd say try enabling DHCP and NAT but change your IP range on the Airport:http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5140"Choose a range of IP addresses from the DHCP Range pop-up menu. Choose 10.0,...
You can try running the hardware test from the install DVD (hold D to run the test when booting) to see if any of the rest of the hardware is causing problems.
It could just be a filesystem error. Safe mode doesn't load the whole system, kernel extensions are all disabled for example and not read from the disk.If your machine is older e.g 2007 and the drive hasn't been replaced, it could just be showing signs of wear. The typical lifespan of a hard drive is 5 years. One option would be to zero the drive first so that it eliminates any bad sectors on the drive before reinstalling the OS.You'd be best switching it with an SSD...
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