Yesterday Zend released the Snow Leopard compatible 64 bit ZendDebugger binary. So I can debug again.
imac:extensions thorsten$ file ZendDebugger.so
ZendDebugger.so: Mach-O universal binary with 2 architectures
ZendDebugger.so (for architecture i386):Â Â Â Mach-O bundle i386
ZendDebugger.so (for architecture x86_64):Â Â Â Mach-O 64-bit bundle x86_64
Yesterday I received my copy of Snow Leopard, the new version of Apples operating system. I installed it on my MacBook Pro and my iMac. It’s really faster than Leopard (10.5), but sadly I had to recompile my whole MacPorts installation…
Today I received my Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB in black. Works perfect in the German Vodafone network…
Today I visited the Apple Store in Munich and bought an Airport Extreme kit. At home I connected the base station with power and plugged the audio cable into my A/D receiver… then I went to my iMac and started the Airtunes configuration… this took about a minute and I activated the WPA2 encryption. After another minute for a restart of the Airport Express I could listen to my MP3s in my living room. Very cool and it really works like charm!