iList
iList
0.1

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iList free download for Mac

iList

0.1
12 September 2004

Apple developer mailing list message handler.

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iList allows you to browse, display and download messages on the Apple Developers mailing lists.

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Anonymous
05 February 2003

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This is great The first mailing list browser !! I was waiting for it since 3 years !!!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
13 January 2004
Unexpected quit @ launch in 10.2.8.
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Version 1.6.4.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
12 September 2004
notice it says 10.3 or later. reading is power.
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
21 December 2003
Yes, this is a very good idea, politics and religion aside. If I don't agree will I be sent forthwith to a joil in Irakghanistiran?
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Version 1.6.3
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Albeant
Albeant
13 September 2004
Yes, you will. And you will get the whole treatment, torture by US troops included.
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
03 December 2003
Please post this in a format other than the "zip" archives created by the MacOS 10.3 Finder. They are not decoded correctly by StuffIt Expander, because of the "magic" the 10.3 finder performs using magic files to store information not usually stored by zip (such as resource info?). I am eager to try out your program but I am still running 10.2.8 and I can't decode the archive properly. Thanks!
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Version 1.6
4 answer(s)
Encro
Encro
04 December 2003
As it says in the description: Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3 or later. Even if it was provided in a compression format you could open it but still not use it. The 10.3 Upgrade is definately worth doing.
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Version 1.6
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 March 2004
The 10.3 upgrade would cost me several hundred dollars for a new Macintosh since Apple has abandoned my Mac. It's possible to write software in XCode that runs on 10.2... look at Adium, for example... and I can't see anything looking at the web page that would require anything more than Jaguar... so why not write to the common API. It's harder to be portable? Gentleman, if this is too hard for you then the world will chew you up and spit you out if you have to actually write portable software. I have software that I use daily that I wrote in 1980 on a PDP-11, that ran under MS-DOS, on the Amiga, on Xenix-286 and Regulus and System III, on the 386, on the Sun SPARC, on the Alpha, and now on the Power PC under Mac OS X and the Pentium and Itanium under HP-UX and Windows NT. And the code still compiles and runs on the oldest hardware I have available. To be sure, it's not GUI software, but I have GUI software that runs on Mac OS X, Windows NT/2000/XP, every current version of UNIX and versions of UNIX back to the mid-'80s, and some even runs on Mac OS 9 and in text mode on non-GUI platforms... same code, backwards and forwards compatible. It's second nature, now, to keep this kind of thing in mind while I'm coding. It's a good habit to get into, if you want to write for the long haul (and why wouldn't you?). So... gentlemen, there's the gauntlet. Can you do as well as an old washed-up bloke who started in 1972 using Fortran and BASIC...?
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Version 1.6.5
Anonymous
Anonymous
12 October 2004
Sorry, I would tend to agree with the developer. The thing is free so I dont think the end user has much room to complain. Sure its nice to be backward compatible & it makes it conveniant for the rest of us and I really appreciate it when freeware developers go the extra mile, but if you're using a system that wont support 10.3 at all, then you're on a severely outdated system to begin with, which is why Apple abandoned your computer. It needs to be abandoned at this point. Apple makes their OS upgrades comparitively inexpensive, and its just common sense to plan on upgrading a computer every few years. Every computer I've purchased in the last five or six years is running 10.3 right now. If you cant afford a new box in a five year span (saving $20 a month would have done it) then you're just going to need to stick with Fortran & BASIC. Sorry...
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
21 October 2004
you might try and force the upgrade onto your old klunker using xpostfacto. it worked for me (upgraded to 10.3) on a beige g3! p.s. i only replied to this because you mentioned pdp11s (my first love) in the posting... peace.
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
06 October 2003
Marvellous, what a wonderful way to browse apple's discussion lists.
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Version 1.4b10
Anonymous
06 March 2003
The bug explained below have been corrected R.Brestac
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Version 1.2.4
Anonymous
04 March 2003
Earlier version was great. New version does not display text of message in drawer.
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Version 1.2.4
Anonymous
05 February 2003
This is great The first mailing list browser !! I was waiting for it since 3 years !!!
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Version 1.0