Pacifist 3.2.14 Brings Experimental OS X Yosemite Support
Pacifist 3.2.14 is in fact a point release. Yes, there are the usual array of bug fixes as well as a data display tweak. But the real news baked into this Pacifist update is experimental support for OS X Yosemite packages.
Pacifist 3.2.14 (download)
— Added experimental support for Mac OS X Yosemite packages
— Fixed a bug that caused errors on extracting from certain packages
— Fixed a bug that could cause package scripts not to extract properly
— Fixed a bug that could cause crashes during the “Verifying Files” stage for some packages
— Fixed a bug that could cause false positives during the verification process
— Fixed a bug that could cause errors on extracting files from archives with certain properties
— Fixed a performance issue that could cause some packages to load slowly
— Worked around an oddity in Apple’s install packages that caused some .icns files not to extract properly
— Fixed a cosmetic issue affecting the display of checksums
Pacifist joins ClamXav on the shortlist of early apps with OS X Yosemite compatibility.
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