On 1/19/07, Adam R. Maxwell <email@example.com> wrote:
On Jan 19, 2007, at 08:19, Christiaan Hofman wrote:
> My mistake, I didn't check where it was going to. I will send it to
> the user.
> Where was the nil value set? I can't find a point where the output of
> a shelltask is ever used in a dictionary.
That exception was in the parser, when as user had an accented
character in a macro and opened the file as ascii. I think we now
check all return values in there.
And now the -objectAtIndex: range exception.
BTW, for the application launch exception, could we save that file as
a BDAlias instead of a URL? That should be more reliable.
We could, but what about backward compatibility?