This new release of BarCodeKit fixes an issue with iOS-compatibility and several new warnings pointed out by Xcode 9.4.
Category Archive for ‘Updates’
DTBonjour also needed to be refreshed for an old codebase I was reviving. The previous release 1.1.2 was also from almost 2 years ago. The update is tagged on GitHub was well as available via Cocoapods.
In most modern projects we had moved to NSURLSession, but for a very dated codebase using DTDownload via Cococapods I needed to craft a new release which contained all the fixes for the 2 years since the version 1.1.2 release. It is tagged on GitHub and available via Cocoapods.
Sorry, I was to lazy to publish release notes for version 1.7.12 (published in February 2017) and version 1.7.13 (published two weeks ago). So here they are. The release is tagged on GitHub as well as released via Cocoapods.
The previous release of DTCoreText was in February, 7 months ago, so it was about time to release an update for the about 50 commits that were made by community contributors since then.
Since the previous maintenance release was 4 months ago, I decided to make a new release with the contributions made since then. DTCoreText is not being actively developed further by me because by this time the HTML-parsing capabilities built into iOS 9 and 10 are sufficient for most peoples needs. But since I keep getting good pull requests (with unit tests a welcome extra) I keep releasing these every couple of months.
In the month since the initial release of the POEditor.com API and command line utility, I did some refinements which become necessary to support ongoing development projects. Generally speaking you should use the poet tool without parameters to refresh your strings files.
Hot on the heels of the previous release for DTCoreText this update hot-fixes several issues which were introduced in the previous release.
Since the prior release of DTCoreText, 9 months ago, a few issues became apparent with Xcode 8. Some people contributed cool stuff like support for use in app extensions as well as tvOS support.
With the prior update to DTFoundation having been 5 months ago, there were two main areas where some tweaks were necessary: support for tvOS and fixing a build error on Xcode 8.