Sorry about that! Usually I’m quiet when I’m working too hard. The good news is that I will be entering beta soon.
The first alpha testers received their copies a week ago, and the first lesson is that Find It! Keep It! doesn’t work on Intel Macs, even with Rosetta emulation. In the mean time, I’ve been busy writing documentation, building the website’s content, and fixing bugs and rough edges. There’s still a lot to do, but the end is in sight.
While I’m blogging, I want to mention this post by bbum. On Linux I used Valgrind. It was invaluable, and I would love to have it on Mac OS X. I’ve tried various Mac tools (OmniObjectMeter, ObjectAlloc) and while they’re pretty they slow Find It! Keep It! too much to be useable. As usual, with Apple, all along I had a tool called “leaks” on my harddrive… Would have been nice to know about it! Quoting bbum:
It turns out the Webkit crew use it too