by Jason Snell
SuperDuper navigates a rootless El Capitan
Really nice blog post from SuperDuper developer Dave Nanian about how El Capitan’s new security measures impacted his product:
This time, the current version of SuperDuper is dead in the water on El Capitan. It just won’t work. But don’t dismay: we’ve worked to change that. I’m happy to say, to those of you who are on the Beta (and those who are going to join the public beta today), we’ve developed and tested a Beta version of SuperDuper that makes bootable copies of El Capitan. There’s a link to download it at the end of this post.
But please don’t skip down there. Keep reading.
Don’t let Dave down! Keep reading. It’s an interesting view into how Apple is pushing OS X forward and how developers have to figure out new ways of doing things.