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Booger: <FONT COLOR="ff0000">ma chi vuole avere il massimo del massimo si deve rivolgere ad altri prodotti, come la Radeon 9800 e un PowerMac.</FONT>

La Radeon 9800 non è più il massimo da un bel pezzo, che io sappia.

A proposito, qualcuno conosce un sito in cui li elenchino le varie schede video in ordine di potenza (approssimativamente)?

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Qualcuno ha capito se entrambi i banchi di memoria del nuovo iMac sono liberamente accessibili dall'utente, senza invalidare la garanzia?

Sembrerebbe di sì a guardare la foto dell'iMac "nudo" esposto all'expo.

Un banco di memoria da 1GB PC3200 400MHz DDR si trova a ca. 300 euro, contro i 560 chiesti da Apple in BTO...

Per arrivare a quota 2GB il risparmio sarebbe notevole se cosi fosse.

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Gennaro:<FONT COLOR="119911">Vorrei chiedere se fosse possibile integrare in Xcode un sistema di completamento della sintassi al livello di quello di Eclipse (dovrebbe completare anche l'importazione delle classi in Java, e non solo le parole chiavi del linguaggio)</FONT>

Hai provato XCode 1.5? L'autocompletion java non mi sembra niente male:

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<FONT COLOR="ff0000">il mouse a due tasti è ormai fuori discussione?</FONT>

se intendi un mouse prodotto da Apple, credo di sì.

ma un qualsiasi mouse usb funziona... e magari costa meno di quello Apple...

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Gennarino, ecco la soluzione... (spero ;D)

<FONT COLOR="808080">Apple recently updated XCode to version 1.5. One of the changes was the addition of Java code completion. This is a feature I highly anticipated. But it turned out that it was broken. Especially with the built-in classes, which where hardly ever recognised.

The first time you want to view the Java documentation, you have to unarchive it with a script that Apple provides. It turns out that this script calls a helper Application named pbhelpindexer, which indexes all the html files for searching and code completion.

After a little experimentation I found that this application searches for a specific file called "MacOSXDeveloper.pbHelpIndexerList" in /Developer -> Documentation -> Help -> Developer Help Viewer. In this file the location of the html pages are stored. If it doesn't find this file, it searches for the documentation at the default location. Unfortunately Apple changed the default location from /Developer -> Documentation to /Developer -> ADC Reference Library, and didn't tell this to the application. But interestingly enough, they updated the file.

The solution is simple: Open Terminal and then do:

sudo cp "/Developer/ADC Reference Library/documentation/Help/Developer\

Help Viewer/MacOSXDeveloper.pbHelpIndexerList"\

"/Developer/Documentation/Help/Developer Help Viewer/"

Enter that as one long line; it should copy and paste correctly with the backslashes. Next, run the command:

sudo /Developer/Tools/pbhelpindexer

Enter your admin password when prompted. After the command is finished, code completion and documentation search should work fine again. I didn't find this documented anywhere, neither at macosxhints nor at Apple's developer place. I hope it helps someone.

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