What a week. Mozilla. Netscape Commercial Build. Sleep. Food (if I remember). My whole existence seems to revolve around these four things. Did I make all my features for beta 2? Well, yes and no. If you don't count the Mac platform implementation class of my major feature this time around on NAIM (Netscape Instant Messenger in the Netscape-branded version of mozilla), I did ok. Mac builds were difficult to come by Tuesday, however. When I finally got a build Wednesday night (past the deadline, of course), all it wanted to do is puke on startup. Joy. Why am I doing this anyway? I'm a Linux geek, not a Mac head. Well, I guess some significant Mac toolbox work a few years ago on Apple's MacX X server (not the Mac X OS, don't get these confused), and owning a few of the more important versions of Inside Macintosh got me the gig. Actually, it has been fun. G3 powerbooks are kinda nice (when the UI isn't hung because some app isn't being nice and calling WaitNextEvent, that is).
So, one more hack (a small parser to grab stuff out of the data fork of a file I need to deal with on Mac) and I am back to GNOME, Gtk+, and gcc.
Tonight, dinner with mozilla-heads in San Francisco. Well deserved. More food, but in good company. And then, some sleep.