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Rob Rhyne on Twitter: "@lbsi We actually tried that and it doesn't work. Without the typealias, using Self would refer to the base class."
@lbsi We actually tried that and it doesn't work. Without the typealias, using Self would refer to the base class.

— Rob Rhyne (@capttaco) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
David Smith on Twitter: "@jckarter @steipete really? Calling those in init/dealloc has always been a pitfall in ObjC. There’s coding styles that ban it."
@jckarter @steipete really? Calling those in init/dealloc has always been a pitfall in ObjC. There’s coding styles that ban it.

— David Smith (@Catfish_Man) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Peter Steinberger on Twitter: "Ha. "Swift doesn't call getter/setter hooks when you set properties from deinit" https://t.co/GlyFPAvKk4"
Ha. "Swift doesn't call getter/setter hooks when you set properties from deinit" https://t.co/GlyFPAvKk4

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Dana NicCaluim on Twitter: "The worst API ever made http://t.co/KN4Hgw5j5P"
The worst API ever made pic.twitter.com/KN4Hgw5j5P

— Dana NicCaluim (@niccaluim) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@cocoadog Thanks for sharing."
@cocoadog Thanks for sharing.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Abdel Ibrahim on Twitter: "In Japan, the broccoli in "Inside Out" was replaced with green peppers, which are more hated by Japanese children http://t.co/A7JqPWD2wU"
In Japan, the broccoli in "Inside Out" was replaced with green peppers, which are more hated by Japanese children pic.twitter.com/A7JqPWD2wU

— Abdel Ibrahim (@abdophoto) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Joseph Lord on Twitter: "@owensd @mjtsai @brentsimmons With a conditional cast (presumably to a protocol type) I'm completely relaxed."
@owensd @mjtsai @brentsimmons With a conditional cast (presumably to a protocol type) I'm completely relaxed.

— Joseph Lord (@jl_hfl) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@KostiaKoval @mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons You do need 'dynamic' to prevent Swift from devirtualizing method calls."
@KostiaKoval @mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons You do need 'dynamic' to prevent Swift from devirtualizing method calls.

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
David Owens II on Twitter: "@Kametrixom @mjtsai build a plug-in architecture for an app where 3rd parties create the plug-ins. Show me that working with generics."
@Kametrixom @mjtsai build a plug-in architecture for an app where 3rd parties create the plug-ins. Show me that working with generics.

— David Owens II (@owensd) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Kametrixom @owensd The class may not even exist at compile time."
@Kametrixom @owensd The class may not even exist at compile time.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Erik Schwiebert on Twitter: "Oh joy. The address sanitizer found an under-read in the yacc-generated parser."
Oh joy. The address sanitizer found an under-read in the yacc-generated parser.

— Erik Schwiebert (@Schwieb) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
David Owens II on Twitter: "Let's clear this up: NSClassFromString() doesn't make your code less strongly typed; it changes the resolution from compile time to runtime."
Let's clear this up: NSClassFromString() doesn't make your code less strongly typed; it changes the resolution from compile time to runtime.

— David Owens II (@owensd) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
David Owens II on Twitter: "@Kametrixom @mjtsai they solve different problems. And the typo will fail. You need to be using as? instead of as!, no safety loss."
@Kametrixom @mjtsai they solve different problems. And the typo will fail. You need to be using as? instead of as!, no safety loss.

— David Owens II (@owensd) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@Kametrixom You still get to cast the return value from NSClassFromString() to make sure it’s what you think it is…"
@Kametrixom You still get to cast the return value from NSClassFromString() to make sure it’s what you think it is…

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons One limitation: classes with generic heritage won't be registered until they're used from Swift"
@mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons One limitation: classes with generic heritage won't be registered until they're used from Swift

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Joe Groff on Twitter: "@mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Yeah, all Swift classes get registered with the ObjC runtime."
@mjtsai @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Yeah, all Swift classes get registered with the ObjC runtime.

— Joe Groff (@jckarter) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@jckarter Wow, that is super cool. Thanks for clarifying."
@jckarter Wow, that is super cool. Thanks for clarifying.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@jckarter @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Can we rely on it finding classes going forward?"
@jckarter @danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Can we rely on it finding classes going forward?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons The example he gave seems to use pure Swift classes."
@danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons The example he gave seems to use pure Swift classes.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "@danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Yes, but why does the Objective-C runtime have access to non-Obj-C classes?"
@danielpunkass @owensd @brentsimmons Yes, but why does the Objective-C runtime have access to non-Obj-C classes?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) July 23, 2015
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july 2015 by mjtsai

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