Originally Posted by SolipsismX
I think that's done as of iTunes 10.
Then why do I get this vague feeling that there's something about iTunes 10 that doesn't fit that bill yet I could have sworn reading something that showed we didn't have a fully 64-bit, fully Cocoa, fully re-written version of iTunes yet. I remember commenting that we'll just have to wait for iTunes XI
I hate this so much. Worthless memory. I probably have Alzheimer's. No joke. I know it's not supposed to hit this young, but it's not unheard of
Oh, there's also one more point I have against iTunes 10 being what everyone actually wanted: I only did this recent clean install of mine because I was an idiot and used Monolingual (instead of XSlimmer) to remove architectures from my applications. It killed the applications on my computer that, you know, were needed for the computer to actually run properly.
Apparently slimming out everything but the "Intel" and "Intel 64-bit" options doesn't work, despite no older code being allowed to run in Lion.
Finder refused to launch. The OS did manage to launch around it, though. Safari was fine, but iChat didn't work. Nor did any of the iLife or iWork applications, I don't believe; can't remember. And iTunes? Didn't launch either. So that leads me to believe there's some old code still in there, meaning it's not a full rewrite.
Of course, anyone who has used iTunes for under a minute can tell you it's full of old code. Stupid thing is so bloated and slow anymore We really need a full redesign
, as well as a rewrite.