Whether you just want to check that Time Machine is backing up properly, or want to diagnose a suspected problem, this is the tool.
One of the original reasons for my tools to open access to macOS Sierra’s new unified log system […]
The old bug in macOS Sierra, which has been present since its first release last year, resulting in […]
Implementing file save and file open for Property Lists using Swift 3.
New release lets you save and re-open activity configurations in simple plist files, and fixes a couple of annoying bugs.
Background activities scheduled by third-party software currently use launchd, and run the risk of affecting the user. Would GCD be a better choice of dispatcher?
It’s tempting just to put the folder in the Trash. But this could be a quick way to acquire a more complex problem.
Getting GCD to schedule and dispatch a packaged external task, like a backup, is actually straightforward. Here’s how.
An experimental tool to let you schedule background tasks of your own, which are managed by Grand Central Dispatch. First alpha release.
Irregular Time Machine backups are one of Sierra’s great mysteries. It now looks as if they might have been fixed in 10.12.4.