[kismac] Kismac and Panther (Xcode)

  • From: Mark Grimes <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 09:44:13 -0700

On Monday, July 14, 2003, at 12:11 AM, Michael Rossberg wrote:

>> Powerbook G4/10.2.6/normal Airport card
>> The Report: c still blows up with a driver error on my machine.
>> Serious mucking up of the driver space is evident.
>> Only a restart will get the airport driver back.
> I am currently working on that. It looks like Apple put an incompatible
> tar on panther GRRRRRRRRR =/
> mick

Glad to see you have access to Panther -- everything is working 
beautifully in it.  Question though, did you import your .pbproj to 
Xcode?  I've seen some glaring bugs (crashes) in Xcode when converting 
projects (especially when using the group/files drawer in the editor 
window (repeatable bug that crashes Xcode).  However, when using a 
native Xcode project these bugs go away.

Xcode is VERY VERY SLICK -- It is my favorite addition to Panther 
(albeit they released a bridgegap version for Jaguar).
PB needed to be replaced badly -- I was about to switch to Codewarrior 
as I have crashed PB far too many times.

Let me know your experiences with your KisMAC project source in Xcode 
if you've messed around with it.

A wee bit offtopic, but useful nonetheless...

Also although Mick doesn't need it :P  the Core Mac OSX and UNIX 
Programming book is VERY NICE as a filler between standard BSD UNIX C 
coding and Hillegass' Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X book.  Lots of 
good information packed inside.  Anyone working on their own project or 
tinkering with KisMAC source should check out 

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