Mac OS X 10.5.1 seeded to developers

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Paul Miller
November 8th, 2007
In this article: 10.5.1, adc, apple, bugs, leopard, update
Mac OS X 10.5.1 seeded to developers
With the number of bugs that've already been reported for Leopard -- most of which are fairly inherent in any .0 release, but are no less annoying -- it doesn't take much of a rumor-enthusiast to figure out that Apple is hard at work on a 10.5.1 update. The first fruit of that effort just hit ADC developers today, in the form of build 9B13. The update is pretty broad, and since this is just the first seed of 10.5.1, there's no telling how long it'll take for Apple to get this all tightened up for public consumption. Issues that are being addressed include:
  • Mail Sync
  • Spotlight Index
  • Disk Management
  • DesktopServices and moving files across partitions
  • Text Drawing
  • iCal and CalDAV syncing
  • Keychain login
  • Read-Only Issue with SMB
  • AirPort 802.1X
  • Application Firewall
  • To-Do Notes
  • and Smart Mailboxes.
Granted, that's just a high level overview so it's hard to tell if this will tackle your specific 10.5.0 pet peeve, but there's a mite bit more after the break in other areas of change.

New (non-specific) issues fixed:
  • Mail Sync
  • HTML anchors in Mail
  • PubSub headers in installhdrs
  • Parental Controls corruption in certain situations
  • Fix to SpotlightIndex
  • Disk Management and free space records
  • iCal and CalDAV syncing
  • Mail Sync and Smart Mailboxes
  • Email alarms and iCal
  • Text drawing corruption and QuickDraw Manager
  • Disk Management and RAID
  • Keychain login fix
  • Custom presets with Page Setup and Print Dialogs
  • Read-Only issue with SMB
  • AirPort 802.1X issues
  • DesktopServices and moving files across partition
  • Fix to Application Firewall
  • To-Do Notes and Smart Mailboxes
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