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hhas on Twitter: "@ctp @optshiftk @grynspan @mjtsai For folks' convenience, I've put a copy of AppleEventBridge's Swift manual online: http://t.co/mLmmWcC6O9"
@ctp @optshiftk @grynspan @mjtsai For folks' convenience, I've put a copy of AppleEventBridge's Swift manual online: http://t.co/mLmmWcC6O9

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
hhas on Twitter: "@grynspan @mjtsai AEBridge adds automatic type bridging and a layer of syntactic sugar, but otherwise preserves AE's RPC+query semantics."
@grynspan @mjtsai AEBridge adds automatic type bridging and a layer of syntactic sugar, but otherwise preserves AE's RPC+query semantics.

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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hhas on Twitter: "@grynspan @mjtsai That's AppleEventBridge, a query-based API like AppleScript's. Scripting Bridge is Apple's API, a crippled, crappy ORM."
@grynspan @mjtsai That's AppleEventBridge, a query-based API like AppleScript's. Scripting Bridge is Apple's API, a crippled, crappy ORM.

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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hhas on Twitter: "@optshiftk @grynspan @ctp @mjtsai Yep. AEs = RPC + simple relational queries, evaluated against a relational graph."
@optshiftk @grynspan @ctp @mjtsai Yep. AEs = RPC + simple relational queries, evaluated against a relational graph.

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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hhas on Twitter: "@grynspan @optshiftk @ctp @mjtsai Apple Event Object Model = synthesized relational graph; a thick 'idealized' abstraction atop actual Model"
@grynspan @optshiftk @ctp @mjtsai Apple Event Object Model = synthesized relational graph; a thick 'idealized' abstraction atop actual Model

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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hhas on Twitter: "@grynspan @ctp @optshiftk @mjtsai XPC uses the same approach in its OO API. IPC != OOP; pretending otherwise just creates harder problems."
@grynspan @ctp @optshiftk @mjtsai XPC uses the same approach in its OO API. IPC != OOP; pretending otherwise just creates harder problems.

— hhas (@hhas01) July 14, 2015
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David Smith on Twitter: "@Dirk_Gently someone’s doing seteuid(non-0) CFPreferencesSetValue(…) CFPreferencesSynchronize(…) seteuid(0) The write raced the euid change"
@Dirk_Gently someone’s doing seteuid(non-0) CFPreferencesSetValue(…) CFPreferencesSynchronize(…) seteuid(0) The write raced the euid change

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) July 14, 2015
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Federico Viticci on Twitter: "A "finally" is appropriate here: Twitter has brought the iOS 8 share sheet to its iPhone app http://t.co/er7TzvQwAu"
A "finally" is appropriate here: Twitter has brought the iOS 8 share sheet to its iPhone app http://t.co/er7TzvQwAu

— Federico Viticci (@viticci) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Jonathan Grynspan on Twitter: "@optshiftk @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai They are an object graph. Come with me to IL2 and I will take you down the rabbit hole."
@optshiftk @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai They are an object graph. Come with me to IL2 and I will take you down the rabbit hole.

— Jonathan Grynspan (@grynspan) July 14, 2015
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Jonathan Grynspan on Twitter: "@optshiftk @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai In fact, that describes NSXPCConnection. And the C API. It's all mach ports."
@optshiftk @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai In fact, that describes NSXPCConnection. And the C API. It's all mach ports.

— Jonathan Grynspan (@grynspan) July 14, 2015
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Jean-Francois Roy on Twitter: "Python 3.5 adds async, await, coroutines and more goodness. Having to use GCD in Swift is awkward. Need built-in async syntax in this age."
Python 3.5 adds async, await, coroutines and more goodness. Having to use GCD in Swift is awkward. Need built-in async syntax in this age.

— Jean-Francois Roy (@jfroy) July 14, 2015
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Kyle S. on Twitter: "@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai FTR, I'd argue that Apple Events do not expose an object graph. They are a relational programming model."
@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai FTR, I'd argue that Apple Events do not expose an object graph. They are a relational programming model.

— Kyle S. (@optshiftk) July 14, 2015
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Kyle S. on Twitter: "@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai You can have an object-oriented API to a communications channel that talks to a non-OO system."
@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai You can have an object-oriented API to a communications channel that talks to a non-OO system.

— Kyle S. (@optshiftk) July 14, 2015
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Kyle S. on Twitter: "@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai I think there’s a distinction being missed here: distributed object graphs vs. object-oriented messaging API."
@grynspan @hhas01 @ctp @mjtsai I think there’s a distinction being missed here: distributed object graphs vs. object-oriented messaging API.

— Kyle S. (@optshiftk) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Paul Graham on Twitter: "Every time I want to use my iPhone I first have to dismiss a "sign into iCloud" popup. It's starting to feel like aversion therapy."
Every time I want to use my iPhone I first have to dismiss a "sign into iCloud" popup. It's starting to feel like aversion therapy.

— Paul Graham (@paulg) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@grynspan That's what I thought, e.g. http://t.co/tKWhl1O7eq So I don't think this is a viable replacement for Apple events."
@grynspan That's what I thought, e.g. http://t.co/tKWhl1O7eq So I don't think this is a viable replacement for Apple events.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@grynspan Could you point to an example where the apps are peers?"
@grynspan Could you point to an example where the apps are peers?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 14, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@grynspan @ctp @optshiftk XPC is nice, but it doesn’t (yet?) work between apps. So it’s AE or nothing."
@grynspan @ctp @optshiftk XPC is nice, but it doesn’t (yet?) work between apps. So it’s AE or nothing.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 14, 2015
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