Mastonaut now supports receiving dragged images from the new screenshot tool in macOS Mojave (you can drag the hovering screenshot images into the composer window).
Debugging drag-and-drop operations in macOS is very hard, because it locks focus into the app receiving the drag, which means Xcode can’t activate when it hits a breakpoint. At some point the operation times-out and Xcode activates, but then the drag operation has become invalid. 😅
@brunoph Firefox says the certificate is expired:
Another status update to Mastonaut!
After a long break in development mostly due to me moving apartments in Berlin, I’ve started progressing in development again. One of the major features that is still lacking for version 1.0 is displaying profiles, and now this is closer to being done!
I’m not very happy with the looks of the profile view, so it is still going to be worked on.
I’ve started using Promises in Mastonaut, and it goes so well together with callbacks, so that I don’t need to manage a reference to ephemeral instances by using something like a class member array, etc…
They’re nothing but a struct with a strong reference. Feel like cheating sometimes, because it’s so easy to use.
@Gargron I found the gargronmobile
TIL that the highway barriers commonly called “guard rails” take their name from their rail “equivalent.” In rail switches, after the tracks have split from the switch, there are small “guard rails” that ensure the rolling stock is running over the track by pushing its wheels outwards, and thus preventing derailments.
@ashfurrow Could you add the Swift logo as a custom emoji, please?
@brunoph So, I found what the problem was. I forgot the returnyboies!
It seems the web is heavily reliant on carriage return chars. The TTY legacy lives on, I suppose… 🙄
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