So far, the best document for getting out an ad hoc release is:
Program Portal > Distribution > Prepare App
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
Just got my new Aliph Jawbone bluetooth headset. It's not quite epic fail, but it's bad. I could hear the other person fine, but she said I faded in and out - basically transmission quality was completely unacceptable. It goes into the dustbin along with the Samsung WEP301 (rated "useless junk" for terrible sound quality).
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Here's the code I use to build parameters strings for URLs on the iPhone. It adds a method to NSDictionary to convert a dictionary to a parameters string:
If you're looking at Xcode's instruction pane in gdb, and you're on an Intel platform, %al is the least significant byte of the EAX register. So code that looks like this:
0x0000661a <+0251> call 0x3c21a <>0x0000661f <+0256> test %al,%al0x00006621 <+0258> jne 0x6650 < -[ConfCallStatusTableViewController mergeConfCallStatusViaNotification:]+305 >Translates to:
- Call dyld_stub_objc_msgSend
- AND the least significant byte of the EAX register with itself. The point of this is the side effect - it sets the bits in the EFLAG register that will be used in the jne instruction that's coming next.
- Jump-if-not-equal to -[ConfCallStatusTableViewController mergeConfCallStatusViaNotification:]. jne looks at 'equal' bit that was set in the previous step, and if that bit is set, it jumps. If it's not set, just continue on to the next instruction.