New versions of the Codex add-in for Delphi and macOS companion app Mosco are now available in beta. This article describes some of the changes, the release schedule, and how to obtain the betas.
Oct 4th, 2023 – I discovered an issue with entitlements in Mosco which allows it to launch PAServer, so the current Mosco beta is now v1.5.0 Beta 2
macOS 14 (Sonoma) display issues
Existing users who have Sonoma will be pleased to know that the display issues have been rectified in this release.
This release has a refactored REST API – it is not something that visible to users, however I’ve made it more consistent, and developers who want to use the API themselves may be interested. Code has been published in the Client folder of the Mosco repo.
It also means that if you use Codex, you will need Codex v2.0.0 Beta if you want to use the Mosco functions in Codex.
Aside from the display issues on Sonoma, an AV that occurs when adding/removing PAServer items in the PAServer config has been fixed, as well as some other minor fixes/tweaks.
Codex v 2.0.0 Beta
New features, fixes
Where to download the betas
Download the betas from these links:
Please report issues to the relevant GitHub issues page for Codex and Mosco. Other feedback and discussion, including help about the new or existing features may be directed to the #codex and #mosco channels of the Delphi Worlds Slack workspace. You may self-invite to the Slack workspace, here.
Both Codex v2.0.0 and Mosco v1.5.0 are planned for release early November, so there’s just a few weeks (it was originally planned to have the betas out earlier) to try them out! Your feedback will help shape both of them.