Related link: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=301920
Really, the doc says it all. And I quote: As if it were a swarm of bees, you should stay away from the SyncServices folder in Mac OS X 10.4. You can read more about it here.
I ran across this humorous suggestion while trying to compile the SimpleStickies sample code that’s supposed to run you through the SyncServices framework. I say “supposed to …” because the darn thing won’t compile. You see, I’m having the same issue that’s described in this thread. (And BTW, if anyone happened to run across a fix other than reinstalling the OS — something I hope to never ever do again since leaving a platform that shall not be named — please speak up.)
But until then, let’s see if we can find any other gems like that embedded into the docs from the folks out in Cupertino. It really did lighten the mood when I ran across that line after being frustrated and irritated over something that’s not making much sense.
A lively bunch they are…but my compilation issue fixed they have not.
What’s the most outlandish thing you’ve done after strugging with a non-sensical compiler error?