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Mac 0.11

Posted: 05 Apr 2005, 23:18
by Catfish_Man
The Mac build of 0.11 is on the download page, for those interested.

Posted: 05 Apr 2005, 23:46
by Bjørn
Cheers! I hope Talaroc will be able to play TMW now. And of course any other Mac users around. :)

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 01:14
by Blorx2
I'll play! Finally...

EDIT: Bad news, it won't work on my computer

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 03:07
by Talaroc
Hmm, seems to be broken. What version of OSX was it made for? I'm using 10.3.8.

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 03:32
by Catfish_Man
Sigh... I'm on 10.3.8 as well, and it worked in the test account I created. Could you open Console (/Applications/Utilities) and look for the crash log and post it here? It may be listed as either tmw or ManaWorld.

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 04:09
by Talaroc
This is what I got from ManaWorld.app/Contents/Resources/tmw
Last login: Tue Apr 5 22:05:36 on ttyp1
/Users/arashi86/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/ResWelcome to Darwin!
res103-221:~ arashi86$ /Users/arashi86/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/Resources/tmw; exit
dyld: /Users/arashi86/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/Resources/tmw can't open library: /usr/local//lib/libguichan_sdl.0.dylib (No such file or directory, errno = 2)
Trace/BPT trap
logout
[Process completed]
From a user perspective, the app won't even open, it appears for a moment in the dock and then disappears. Hope that helps.

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 07:33
by maci
catfish_man you should get the deps staticly into the .dmg file ..like simedw did earlier with allegro

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 12:26
by Blorx2
I got this:

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dyld: /Users/matthew/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/Resources/tmw can't open library: /usr/local//lib/libguichan_sdl.0.dylib  (No such file or directory, errno = 2)
and from the Terminal I got this:

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matthew% /Users/matthew/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/MacOS/ManaWorld; exit
dyld: /Users/matthew/Desktop/ManaWorld.app/Contents/Resources/tmw can't open library: /usr/local//lib/libguichan_sdl.0.dylib  (No such file or directory, errno = 2)
logout

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 12:59
by Bjørn
Hmm, lesson for next time: test on somebody else's Mac before releasing. Heh.

Posted: 06 Apr 2005, 17:20
by Catfish_Man
Yeah. I figured a new user would be good enough, but apparently I installed the required libraries before testing. I *think* what needs to be done is either statically link the libraries, or include them in the app bundle. I'll have a shot at it later today or tomorrow.