iTunesRater Rewrite Planned

I borrowed Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X from the library the other day. I’ve read most of it, away from the computer, although I plan to reread it in front of the iMac over the next few weeks. I’ll write a review of it a bit later, but it reminded me that I still have a memory leak in iTunesRater. Also, I think I’ll rewrite iTunesRater as a Cocoa Objective-C application, rather than AppleScript Studio. Then I can just use an AppleScript message to get/send data, rather than relying on AppleScript for interface updates. That way the application may be a bit snappier. And hopefully I’ll overcome the memory leak. I was actually thinking of a refactor anyway, as there’s a whole heap of semi-duplicated code in there.