If you’re into intermittent fasting, check out my buddy’s new (and first) app “Fasting Timer”.
It’s built using SwiftUI and he put a lot of effort into making it look and feel right.

Here’s the link:
apps.apple.com/us/app/fasting-

@ashfurrow @schwa @jamie Well, let‘s just say you’d be the first person to actually achieve plan A... 😜

GoDaddy is injecting tracking JavaScript code to websites hosted on its US data center without asking.

If you want it gone you (the site owner) need to opt-out manually from your hosting console: igorkromin.net/index.php/2019/

Just finished my own recursive dependency resolver with the possibility to override dependencies. Including conflict detection for both base targets and override targets. And fallback to the base target if the override does not exist (anymore)...

Cause what else would you do on a Sunday like this... 🤷‍♂️🙃

So Whalebird saves the last visibility of a toot. Means if you wrote a PM and then reply to a public toot, the reply will be a PM if you don't change it... 👀

@chartier On iOS? Had the same issue. Log out of iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime and Home Sharing completly. Then reboot the device. Then log in again. Fixed it for me and a colleague already.

Wanna help shape the future of Where To? Looking for a freelance developer. Swift + Obj-C. Work from remote. Contact me.

@dshafik Yea, we need a bugreporter for the bugreporter. 🙃
And since the staff uses an app for radar, it primarily affects devs outside the company. Wonder when it'll get fixed.

@bugaevc Now I just need to figure out which fields are accessed here and I just might finally be able to solve my problem. 😃

@bugaevc Thanks anyways! You're not wrong about C++, though. The object has one class as ivar. Said class is again 16 bytes and has again one ivar which is a struct with 16 fields. This struct has a size of 104 bytes.
Thinking about this now, 16 + 16 + 104 = 136 which in total is less than the largest offset 0x80 (120). So this might as well just directly reference fields in this struct... 🤔

Can someone explain me why it is safe here to access wild memory locations? The object in arg0 has only one ivar and is only 16 bytes, so where are offsets like 0x78 (120 bytes) coming from? Or what am I missing here?

@davedelong @bigzaphod not really. They need to stick to the printing bed themselves, so they need to be printed on it while it’s hot.
Which is why I usually first try a brim, which is a support layer *around* the final print, but not under it.
On the other hand, a raft doesn’t take as much material as it looks like. They’re low quality.

The future forseen by iOS for the whole day now has become true. There *really is* a new beta update now. I know it's hard to believe, but it's true!

Ok, the alerts seem to originate from iOS believing this beta build has expired (source: appleinsider.com/articles/18/0)
But how are those betas built, that this happens? Is there someone manually entering dates? I'd expect it to be a build server that sets the expiration date to now + 4 weeks or something.
Can't be the signing either, otherwise it wouldn't run, would it?

@gudenau Today is one of those few days where those devices could actually be less annoying than newer ones. 👀

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