So you are an unwealthy programming hobbiest who cannot afford the
exorbitant fees of becoming a full blown Apple Developer Connection
Member complete with access to pre-release seeds of the forth-coming
OS, and you also don't like the idea of stealing pre-releases off of
the underground internet and risking legal persecution from Apple.
Nevertheless, you have an OS X product that you are proud of and would
like to continue to support for years to come. What do you
do? Get yourself a blog and harness the power of good people and
the internet to help you reverse engineer OS X. That's what Rich
Wareham, the coder behind Desktop Manager
, did. If you're interested in doing the same, you should read his tutorial
This type of news is why I love OS X. It's about the community working together.