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JP Simard on Twitter: "The tumultuous tales of Swift API design with @JadenGeller 😰 https://t.co/mU2BiSebZ9"
The tumultuous tales of Swift API design with @JadenGeller 😰 pic.twitter.com/mU2BiSebZ9

— JP Simard (@simjp) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Egg Freckles on Twitter: "@drdrang I thought you would have switched to your own static podcast client written in python by now."
@drdrang I thought you would have switched to your own static podcast client written in python by now.

— Egg Freckles (@EggFreckles) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Now I’ve switched to the new “Remove from sale” option, which didn’t exist last year."
Now I’ve switched to the new “Remove from sale” option, which didn’t exist last year.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Marco Arment on Twitter: "Peace became available briefly. iTunes Connect apparently thought it was 2082, because I had it set like this: https://t.co/rRApAsGGz7"
Peace became available briefly. iTunes Connect apparently thought it was 2082, because I had it set like this: pic.twitter.com/rRApAsGGz7

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Tom Harrington on Twitter: "@brentsimmons Also, it used to be that Project Builder had file-level comments on anything, but that was lost at about Xcode 4."
@brentsimmons Also, it used to be that Project Builder had file-level comments on anything, but that was lost at about Xcode 4.

— Tom Harrington (@atomicbird) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Brent Simmons on Twitter: "What I want in Interface Builder is post-it notes — a place to put comments."
What I want in Interface Builder is post-it notes — a place to put comments.

— Brent Simmons (@brentsimmons) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Cédric Luthi on Twitter: "Prevent Twitter from turning your app discussions into links by using Xcode․app (U+2024) instead of https://t.co/CVSVJsJo3c (U+002E) #protip"
Prevent Twitter from turning your app discussions into links by using Xcode․app (U+2024) instead of https://t.co/CVSVJsJo3c (U+002E) #protip

— Cédric Luthi (@0xced) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Cédric Luthi on Twitter: "Xcode․app size (in GB): 4.6.3→1.8 5.1.1→3.8 6.0.1→5.6 6.1.1→5.7 6.2→3.9 6.3.2→4.0 6.4→4.0 7.0.1→3.6 7.1→4.4 7.2→4.5 7.3→7.4 8→9.7"
Xcode․app size (in GB):
4.6.3→1.8
5.1.1→3.8
6.0.1→5.6
6.1.1→5.7
6.2→3.9
6.3.2→4.0
6.4→4.0
7.0.1→3.6
7.1→4.4
7.2→4.5
7.3→7.4
8→9.7

— Cédric Luthi (@0xced) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Luc Vandal on Twitter: "If you rely on Screen Sharing and have multiple displays attached, please dupe rdar://26917820 https://t.co/zK3KDOoHz5"
If you rely on Screen Sharing and have multiple displays attached, please dupe rdar://26917820https://t.co/zK3KDOoHz5

— Luc Vandal (@lucvandal) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Jonathan Wight on Twitter: "@buzz @cwarzel Yeah indecision really nails my experience there. So many canned projects. Hardly any of my code shipped. Over 3 years."
@buzz @cwarzel Yeah indecision really nails my experience there. So many canned projects. Hardly any of my code shipped. Over 3 years.

— Jonathan Wight (@schwa) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: ".@a2 suggested extension RangeReplaceableCollectionType where Generator.Element == Foo, Index == Int {} which works, and seems less hacky."
.@a2 suggested
extension RangeReplaceableCollectionType where Generator.Element == Foo, Index == Int {}
which works, and seems less hacky.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Ole Begemann on Twitter: "@nicklockwood In Swift 3 you can almost do this, but you have to bind msg for every pattern: case .B(let msg), .C(let msg), .D(let msg)"
@nicklockwood In Swift 3 you can almost do this, but you have to bind msg for every pattern:
case .B(let msg), .C(let msg), .D(let msg)

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I can solve this to some extent by adding a prop to the enum var message: String? { //switch logic } But that's no better than a struct"
I can solve this to some extent by adding a prop to the enum
var message: String? {
//switch logic
}
But that's no better than a struct

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "I'd like to be able to do something like this, but can't switch err { case A: // whatever case B,C,D(let msg) // log msg }"
I'd like to be able to do something like this, but can't
switch err {
case A:
// whatever
case B,C,D(let msg)
// log msg
}

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Consider this example: enum Error: ErrorType { case A case B(message: String) case C(message: String) case D(message: String) }"
Consider this example:
enum Error: ErrorType {
case A
case B(message: String)
case C(message: String)
case D(message: String)
}

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "The reason is, I usually end up with several cases that have the same type of associated data, but there's no way to handle them generically"
The reason is, I usually end up with several cases that have the same type of associated data, but there's no way to handle them generically

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Nick Lockwood on Twitter: "Pretty much every time I've thought I've found a use case for enums w/ associated values, I've ended up replacing them with a struct."
Pretty much every time I've thought I've found a use case for enums w/ associated values, I've ended up replacing them with a struct.

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Mark Rowe on Twitter: "A lot of confusion could have been avoided if NSPredicate didn’t repurpose %@ and friends to mean something other than string formatting."
A lot of confusion could have been avoided if NSPredicate didn’t repurpose %@ and friends to mean something other than string formatting.

— Mark Rowe (@bdash) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Joel Bernstein on Twitter: "Restaurants: Stop putting burgers on ciabatta. It's not as fancy as you think it is. It adds nothing, just gets soggy and falls apart. 🍔"
Restaurants: Stop putting burgers on ciabatta. It's not as fancy as you think it is.
It adds nothing, just gets soggy and falls apart.
🍔

— Joel Bernstein (@CastIrony) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai
Matt Birchler on Twitter: "This, a million times this. https://t.co/5cQk1UUpIz https://t.co/jlQZimCCp5"
This, a million times this. https://t.co/5cQk1UUpIz pic.twitter.com/jlQZimCCp5

— Matt Birchler (@mattbirchler) August 11, 2016
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august 2016 by mjtsai

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