Just when I think its safe to push out a new version I find that the Mac code has been severely compromised somehow and minor features like saving, printing, and displaying no longer work. Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarglefraster. To make matters worse it resulted in a customer needing a refund (annoying a day’s worth of prospects is bad enough — annoying people who pay money for software they haven’t even downloaded yet, thats like kicking yourself firmly in the teeth). I’ve reverted the Mac version and PAD file on my website and hope to work soon, hopefully by tomorrow. A big thanks to Andrey for the help in chasing down this problem.
Write Once, Debug Everywhere…
Originally written: January 29, 2007
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Patrick McKenzie (patio11) ran four small software businesses. He writes about software, marketing, sales, and general business topics. Opinions here are his own.
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5 things you don't know about me
Andrey started this meme, or more precisely brought it into the uISV/BoS community, and I rather like it. (Suggestion for next time: name three people you’d like to answer and tag them via trackbacks. The combination of trackback plus attention leads it to go viral quickly. It certainly worked in the MMORPG blogosphere, at any rate.) In particular, his post justifying it on BoS rather speaks to me. Professional relationships are about more than just accumulating Google juice and career advancement… not that those are bad things!
Amusing Mac Java Niggles and Incompatibilities
Three things to not do the next time you release Java software on a Mac: