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April 27, 2004
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

Tuesday, April 27th, 2004

I got a new 12" PowerBook via FedEx today. Well, it's mostly Kirstins' PowerBook, but I'll use it to test VoodooPad releases and new OS builds and such. Plus, I can take it to WWDC, w00t.

It's a sweet little machine- very tiny. I just wish it weighed a little less (that's the backpacker in me talking I guess..). I love that I can hook it up to another monitor and have two screens going at once- 19" on one side, 12" on the other :)

Here is another Snoh update: I finally added the ability to rename pages last night. That should close out about 10 feature request tickets... and this evening I'm working on getting my nightly builds working again. They broke a little while back when I added some files, but didn't bother to check them into CVS... at least I've got nightly backups going :)

I'll also have to see about having the unit tests run at the same time. Hrm.. I think I'll also work on adding more unit tests this evening.

Speaking of unit testing... there is a session at WWDC entitled "Automated Testing Using AppleScript.. is anyone out there doing anything like this right now? I wonder if this is going to involve new hooks into the os, or if it's something I can start on right now.

And they of course would schedule "Using Performance Analysis Tools for Mac OS X" at the exact same time. Damnit. I'll have to force Joe to go to that session while I go to the AppleScript one.

-- posted 9:51 pm