|Monday, April 14, 2003|
Kevin took the leap and moved his Radio blog from the UserLand Radio Community Server to PyCS.
Kevin and I go way back... way, way back.
As everyone knows by now, Safari v73 has shipped. It is available via Software Update.
The installer package now uses the full 'upgrade by bundle identifier' mechanism. That is, it properly updates a renamed application installed in a random spot on your hard drive (at least, it did for me).
Neat. See the TokenDefinitions.plist and Info.plist files from within the app wrapper. No idea how it behaves if you happened to have two copies of Safari lying around.
It is interesting to note that OmniWeb has shrunk in size by 16MB to 11MB. At the same time, Safari now weighs in at 11MB.
Omni also announced a SneakyPeek build of version 4.5 that will use the same rendering engine as Safari. OmniWeb is superior to every other browser on OS X in all ways but one; the actual browsing experience itself. That Omni was able to beat the AppKit into the shape of a Web Browser as well as they have is a strong credit to their superior coding skills, but sometimes you simply can't fit a round peg through a square hole no matter how hard you beat on it.