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Oh yay

2023-06-23 21:00:02.097532+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Oh yay, we're back to the "randomly crashes" part of the XCode development cycle.

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#Comment Re: Oh yay made: 2023-06-25 01:47:37.977969+02 by: markd

my favorite is when it goes in to "quietly corrupting the code" mode. Like doing a "move block up or down" turning into katamari damacy. Or applying a fix-it completely mangles code on another line. That's why I do most of my editing in emacs these days...

#Comment Re: Oh yay made: 2023-06-26 18:28:28.601946+02 by: Dan Lyke

Oh fun, I haven't had it do that, but yeah. My office-mate said "hey, did you know we have these Makefiles in our source directories so you can compile from the command-line?"

Yeah, I put 'em there for Emacs.

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