Calling command tools from Swift changes with macOS 10.13 and 10.14 with the deprecation of some of the Process class. Solutions aren’t as clean as they should be.
Advice on preparing for and using Mojave for all who go beyond using standard off-the-shelf apps – scripting, automating, building from source, or full-blown Xcode development.
How can third-party command tools access files under Mojave’s new privacy protection? Isn’t this going to be a nightmare?
Adding sub-commands to write the contents of textboxes to the pasteboard: a simple task, but so easy to get hopelessly lost in it.
Is shutdown -r now better than reboot? What advantages does Finder’s Restart have over them? The answers are in these logs.
A defining difference between macOS and iOS, the command line depends on constancy of file names, and consistency of paths. iCloud breaks both, as well as Finder aliases.
Illustrated workthrough with Desktop & Documents Folders option turned on, showing file layouts in the GUI and file system. And a new version of Cirrus to do it with.
A detailed look at the presentation of folders and files in the Finder, GUI, Terminal, and FileManager in different iCloud options.
New version 1.2 also scans Mach-O files like command tools and dylibs, to check if they are still 32-bit. The only complete check available.
Create a Finder alias from the command line, and resolve them to full paths – a new free command tool, with source.