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I'm not having any problems with iJournal at all. Just FYI, I'm using iJournal i.60 on OS X 10.3.7. Are the people who are seeing this problem using the latest versions of both iJournal and OS X?


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Jan. 31st, 2005 05:23 pm (UTC)
i.60? I only see 1.54 on the site.
Jan. 31st, 2005 05:30 pm (UTC)
Re: version
I second this! Though I'm not having any issues and am on 10.3.7 as well.
Jan. 31st, 2005 05:36 pm (UTC)
Impressive. Even I'm only working on 1.56! :)

Did some ween0r do another unofficial release?
Jan. 31st, 2005 05:52 pm (UTC)
1.60 was a number I tacked onto a build of the branch I was working on, a long time ago (about a year ago, I think). I didn't realize that anyone used it aside from one or two people that I sent it to for specific testing reasons.

I posted a link to it somewhere with all sort of talk about it just being for testing, though. I should have tagged the version with unofficial instead of just the image and description, though.

I guess that it was effective as a stable client for some people. I know that the main reason why I kept using it was the asynchronous login. I am annoyed with myself for a lot of the other things I was trying to do with the code, though. It made it too large an undertaking for one step.

By the way, did you find any clues as to why a few users found that an old plist was the cause of those server errors?
Jan. 31st, 2005 11:20 pm (UTC)
Yep; I downloaded it and found the async login to be a useful feature. It was stable in every other respect, so I just kept using it!
Feb. 2nd, 2005 03:00 am (UTC)
Hmm... seems to be at 1.55 in CVS.

Speaking of CVS... is it just me, or did the cvs mailing list die at some point? I committed a couple of things and never got mail about them, which makes me wonder if more work's being done than I'd thought from the lack of mail on the list.

Of course, browsing the CVS, it doesn't really look like anything's being touched on either the main branch or DEVEL_1. Have all of the developers looked at what a mess the code is, decided refactoring for a 2.0 release would be a nightmare, and jumped ship?

Granted, they'd probably be right... I only started looking at the code again because I thought it was ridiculous that we *still* didn't have challenge-response authentication. Even the freakin' web client uses it (which seems kind of odd, since SSL would have been easier, but whatever...)
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