Just a quick post to say i’ve posted my first piece of code in over 5 years to GitHub. Its a clever little Objective-C iOS Category on UIViewController that seemlessly overlays a UILabel on every single view controller managed view with the class, nib or storyboard name that is used. Great for debugging old or inherited projects with minefield architectures. It uses some cool libobjc runtime techniques to accomplish this, but implementing the category is a case of dropping it into your project and Build+Go!
Ever wanted to turn your boring netbook into a fully fledged lively Macbook Nano, the worlds smallest Mac OS X powered machine!?! well now you can! The how to below covers all the aspects of getting Mac OS X 10.5.6 Leopard working on your EeePC S101, but should work similarly with any Atom CPU, Intel Chipset Netbook. The best thing about all this is that Mac OS X is IPV6 enabled out the box!
Firstly, the finished product.
Out the box most things work, however once a little tweaking has been done the following are fully working: