APFS is not currently safe to use with names which might have Unicode normalisation issues – which means it is only safe with a limited ASCII character set.
Month: April 2017
Under pressure from his dealers, Breton concentrated on single figures in the countryside, typically at dawn or dusk. These have become some of his most popular paintings.
Practical demonstrations, a new free tool to explore the problem, and examples to illustrate the issues which could arise with APFS.
How you mustn’t look at what shouldn’t be seen: how Pentheus was torn limb from limb by his mother and aunts.
The switch to Apple’s new file system seems to be going very well. Except that an old problem is now becoming apparent: how to name files and folders.
Exploring representations of women, from Amazons to Salome, in a series of thought-provoking images.
I never thought that I’d be writing C in Swift, even down to handling null-terminated strings. But the code works.
A basic document-based Swift app shell into which you can quickly add functional code. Saves time starting a new project.
At the heart of Deianira’s letter to Hercules was the strange story of his enslavement to Omphale. Here are the paintings.
Nearly three years after Swift was launched, its interface to macOS is still only partly complete. And the docs are misleading and contradictory. Oh fun!