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Sat 10 Jan 2009

Luca 2.6.10

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I've updated Luca to 2.6.10.

This fixed a bug with the Cocoa Number Formatter that appeared with Leopard 10.5.6. This caused the voucher reference numbers to be displayed with the format "P0710.00/19.00" instead of "P0710/0019". So we've needed to add a call to NSNumberFormatter to "setFormatterBehavior" to "NSNumberFormatterBehavior10_4" to make the formatting work as it did before.

I've also updated all my systems, including my live server, to the very latest Apple Software and Security Updates for Leopard 10.5.6. All the services, like SMTP, POP, IMAP, Dovecot, Fetchmail, DNS, and LDAP continue to work as they did before, without any new problems (though I'm always tempting fate when I make such declarations).

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