Apple's just pushed OS X 10.5.8—the last major update to ole' lame duck Leopard before it gets replaced—and it's chock-full of bugfixes and updates. Check the full changelog below.
This is characteristically a maintenance update, tying up a few loose ends before 10.5 finally makes ways for its imminent replacement. For perspective, this is the magnitude of the updates: CalDav has finally been fixed in iCal, BlueTooth and Wi-Fi stability has been tightened up, and RAW support has been expanded to a few more formats. So yeah, recork that champagne. Let us know how your upgrades go in the comments.
* Upgrades Safari to version 4.0.2. * Improves the accuracy of full history search in Safari 4. * Resolves an issue in which certain resolutions might not appear in the Display pane in System Preferences. * Dragging an Aperture image into Automator now invokes an Aperture action instead of incorrectly invoking an iPhoto action. * Resolves an issue that could prevent importing of large photo and movie files from digital cameras. * Improves overall Bluetooth reliability with external devices, USB webcams and printers. * Addresses an issue that could cause extended startup times. * Improves iCal reliability with MobileMe Sync and CalDav. * Addresses data reliability issues with iDisk and MobileMe. * Improves overall reliability with AFP. * Improves overall reliability with Managed Client. * Improves compatibility and reliability for joining AirPort networks. * Improves Sync Service reliability. * Includes additional RAW image support for several third-party cameras. * Improves compatibility with some external USB hard drives. * Includes latest security fixes.