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mrcarlberg on node
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@vasg77_twitter Have you tried the Node version? It should work with Xcode 13+. You can easily try it without messing up your
narwhal version by running the following in the Terminal:
git checkout node npm install jake dist export PATH="$PWD/dist/cappuccino/bin:$PWD/dist/objective-j/bin:$PATH"
Check that it finds the correct
nib2cib by running
which nib2cib. Make sure you have Node version 14 or later installed. (I currently use version 16).
awaitsyntax but is otherwise the same as latest master. We have move over to running 100% Node now in our project.
nib2cibetc. The way they build things are still exactly the same. It is only narwhal that is replaced with Node. What is for example how we read and write a file etc. So code is replace to use Node api instead of Narwhal api. One major thing is also that Node is asynchronous by default. This means that I had to add
awaitto the Objective-j syntax to be able to handle some cases in the tools in an elegant way.
nib2cibfails. I’m hoping this is the last remaining significant source of silent conversion failures.
/usr/local/bin. This is done by introducing the
jake distcommand. This means you can have an unlimited number of versions at the same time. You can read more about it on the wiki under the title
Install from source without install with npm: https://github.com/cappuccino/cappuccino/wiki/node
@mrcarlberg Trying the pointed info on the wiki, I’ve followed the installation instructions and, when trying
capp gen HelloWorld, I get the following error :
throw new Error("Could not load file at " + aURL + (compilingFileUrl ? " when compiling " + compilingFileUrl : "") + "\nwith includeURLs: " + StaticResource.includeURLs());
Any idea why ?
This is tried on my current system, just to be sure it could work on the future M1Max MBP…