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Bryan Jones
A Mac developer with a finance MBA who flies airplanes upside down competitively.
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Bryan Jones 16m
Replying to @Benjamin_Hoegh
It’s not a CodeKit issue; you’d need to ask the Sass team.
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Replying to @Benjamin_Hoegh
In which language?
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Bryan Jones Oct 12
Replying to @dlewandowski38
Oooh, fun. I'll take a look.
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Bryan Jones Oct 10
what is the story behind the fish icon for enabling full disk access on Mojave?
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Bryan Jones Oct 9
CodeKit 3.7.4 is now live. It restores the ability to CSS files into Sass. (The Sass team decided to roll back that change.) -->
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Bryan Jones Oct 9
Replying to @salexpro @import
The Sass team decided to roll this change back, so I've released CodeKit 3.7.4, which restores the ability to import CSS files.
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Bryan Jones Oct 9
Replying to @salexpro @import
They’re working on a new module system for a future release.
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Bryan Jones Oct 9
Replying to @salexpro @import
No. Sass changed the way they handle CSS imports. You’ll need to ship the imported CSS files and let the browser resolve those statements.
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Bryan Jones Oct 7
Replying to @zh0ux1ang @Browsersync
I would not call that a retreat.
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Bryan Jones Oct 6
Replying to @nickrichter
Adjust the setting for it in Project Settings > Tools > Uglify. The new version of Uglify changed things.
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Bryan Jones Oct 6
Replying to @counternotions @asymco
Unquestionably. Anyone who thinks life was better 250 years ago is romanticizing the past.
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Bryan Jones Oct 6
Replying to @Browserslist
Thanks very much! Can’t wait to use them!
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Bryan Jones Oct 5
Replying to @LeaVerou @nmeans
Is there a video of the talk available somewhere? I’d love to watch it.
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Bryan Jones Oct 4
Replying to @Catfish_Man
What motivation is there for a government to demand great prices? When folks are spending “other people’s money” they do so inefficiently. It’s the “lobster when dinner is on the company card!” phenomenon writ large.
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Bryan Jones Oct 4
Replying to @Catfish_Man
What is the end goal?
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Bryan Jones Oct 3
If you happen to know both Clang and Python, I have a question for you:
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Bryan Jones Oct 3
Replying to @ttscoff
They also need to add specific keys in info.plist to provide explanatory text when asking for AppleEvent permission. If they forget those, the thing will crash immediately when you try to run an AppleEvent.
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Bryan Jones Oct 3
Replying to @ttscoff
It will silently fail if the originating app (iTerm) is not linked against 10.14, with the “hardened runtime” option enabled and the “AppleEvents” entitlement added. The developer needs to recompile and update.
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Bryan Jones Oct 3
Replying to @ttscoff
Agreed 100%. As a user, I want an option that says: “I know what I’m doing and I don’t install silly shit. Just. Shut. Up.” As a dev, I want a better way to ask for permission than a scary dialog that says I’m trying to control your Mac.
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Bryan Jones Oct 3
This Twitter thread gives me hope for the future:
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