Mac OSX Yosemite became publicly available today. Since my Mac is in-between projects, I decided to take a chance and upgrade.
I ran into three problems for my Ruby on Rails set up:
- Pow stopped working. But luckily someone figured out a way to fix it.
- Postgres 9.3.5 refused to start. After digging through the logs, it appeared that it was looking for directories that weren’t there. Again, the tech community to rescue.
- And finally, one of my favorite apps, TotalFinder, was declared by Yosemite as incompatible. Fortunately TotalFinder’s maker already had a working beta on their website.
Other than those 3 things, pretty much everything else has worked as-is out of the box. I enjoy the crisp look of the fonts and icons in the new OS. And hopefully nothing crazy will happen going forward.