Fixes Mount as Mac OS X 10.4.9 Nears Completion

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Date: Friday, February 9th, 2007, 08:28
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An article over on AppleInsider describes how the soon-to-be-released Mac OS X 10.4.9 update will deliver nearly 100 specific bug fixes when it’s released to the public later this month.
The new builds, marked 8P125 for the PowerPC hardware architecture and 8P2125 for the Intel hardware architecture, currently weigh in at 71.9 megabytes and 165.7 megabyte downloads.
The new number of bug fixes according to Apple engineers now totals 95 with the corrections reportedly centering on OpenGL, Sync Services, ImageIO, iSync and memory leaks in the operating system’s graphics driver code. Apple has also asked its developers to focus testing around system components such as Audio, Bluetooth, Bonjour, Disk Images, FireWire, Fonts, Graphics, iCal, iChat Video Conferencing, iSync, Rosetta, USB and .Mac Connectivity.


osxbox.jpg
An article over on AppleInsider describes how the soon-to-be-released Mac OS X 10.4.9 update will deliver nearly 100 specific bug fixes when it’s released to the public later this month.
The new builds, marked 8P125 for the PowerPC hardware architecture and 8P2125 for the Intel hardware architecture, currently weigh in at 71.9 megabytes and 165.7 megabyte downloads.
The new number of bug fixes according to Apple engineers now totals 95 with the corrections reportedly centering on OpenGL, Sync Services, ImageIO, iSync and memory leaks in the operating system’s graphics driver code. Apple has also asked its developers to focus testing around system components such as Audio, Bluetooth, Bonjour, Disk Images, FireWire, Fonts, Graphics, iCal, iChat Video Conferencing, iSync, Rosetta, USB and .Mac Connectivity.

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