…use ARC, but if you copy the classes into your project you are welcome to use GC instead.
…(ARC)" This reverts commit 74fa686. It turns out that I was wrong; there's a run-time component involved with ARC, so if you convert to ARC you appear to not be able to compile for iOS4.3. (And it's much, much, slower compiled for 5.0 than for 4.3.) As a work-around, if you want to copy the classes into your project you can just convert to ARC yourself. Or, you can link to the library.
… to the framework from Mac applications. Fixed this by making the headers public, rather than private.
…lator a public rather than private header to allow making archives
…eader inclusion are no longer necessary