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I’ve got some data I’m trying to get off my Newton and writing a bit of Newton code to bridge some gaps seems like my best bet at this point, so I found myself setting up a Newton dev environment… again. An old Mac still seems like the best dev environment after all these years (with the most documentation, examples, and other resources, anyway). I have literal piles of old Macs, but neither the time nor space to set one up for such a task right now. The quickest route was to re-install & configure BasiliskII (a great 68k Mac emulator), incl. installing MacOS 7.x and the Newton dev tools (innumerable thanks to everyone who contributed to the excellent NewtonDev disk image).
I’ve updated my collection of Mac OS X command line tools with improvements to the
There’s been a small addition to my collection of Mac OS X command line tools:
I’ve got a new release of my collection of Mac OS X command line tools for you, including:
Ever since Mac OS X was released, I’ve found myself working via the command line more and more every year. While there are some native commands like
pbpaste with NeXTSTEP roots which help one switch back and forth between the CLI & GUI, I’ve always found a few gaping holes.
In which I release for download an archive of documentation, firmware, and utilities for the Intel Express 530T switch which Intel no longer even acknowledges on their support site.