Despite the previous build of Mac OS X 10.5.7 code-name “Juno” appearing nearly ready for release within days (it’s now been over a week), Apple has delivered a new seed — build 9J56 — to developers, and it looks like a little bit of work still remains before we’ll see 10.5.7 in Software Update.
From Apple’s build notes on 9J56, the following headline changes were highlighted for developers to test against:
- Fixed an issue when a process is killed or crashes while using AFP
- Bluetooth compatibility and stability fixes
- Crash reports missing application’s short version info fix
- Crash log file missing machine’s name fix
- Fixed an issue with Personal File Sharing where an AFP volume was not a valid Time Machine backup disk
Although these seem relatively minor, set against the full “Juno” project changelist which is nearly 200 items long at this point (and doesn’t include subtle tweaks of relatively little interest to third party developers for whom the change logs are written)….of particular note is the focus on Bluetooth in this build. Read more