For what it's worth, I've been having a terrible time with a
relatively new 3G. The previous version of your app crashed on startup
as apparently happened with iOS3, etc. I simply assumed this was one
more 3G conflict with 4.0. As perhaps you've read, the new OS has
turned the 3G into somewhat of an attractive brick.
At any rate, the version just posted appears to behave well. Haven't
explored things thoroughly, but it came right up.
On Thu, 02 Sep 2010 12:25:28 -0400, you wrote:
> On 9/2/10 10:44 AM, Benjamin Reed wrote:
>> So version 1.0.0 has been released to the app store. Unfortunately, I
>> have reports of people on older (iOS< 3.2) phones crashing on startup.
>> I'm gonna put a new binary together today for those of you who are
>> testers. If anyone has an iOS 3.1 or 3.0 device, please, give it a shot
>> and let me know if it comes up alright.
>Heh, whups, this was sitting in limbo since I sent it from my personal
>email address. :)
>That said, Jeff confirmed that it works fine on his iOS 3.1 device, so
>that's a good sign. If anyone still has a 3.0 device, I would love it
>if you could give it a shot...
>Changes in this version:
>* fix crash in iOS devices < 3.2
>* display IP address in IP interface list if no node label exists
>* don't display ifSpeed in SNMP interface list if it is empty
>* sort IP and SNMP interfaces in the node detail view