Allan, Homebrew puts the ARM copy of itself in /opt/Homebrew, the Intel copy, it still mangles /usr/local like it owns it.
On Mon, May 24, 2021, at 6:02 AM, Allan Odgaard via TextMate wrote:
On 24 May 2021, at 14:57, Roberto Avanzi wrote:
I cannot find where the system makes --flatten default to NO, but I modified method transform in class CompileXib as follows
This could simply be Apple that changed the default behavior for latest Xcode (I am still building on macOS 10.15).
and now, instead of failing on several of these .nib files/directories, it fails only on two of them: GrammarProperties.nib and FileDropProperties.nib. As a result I cannot open the Bundle Editor.
As a result files /Users/mocenigo/build/textmate/release/_CompileXib/Frameworks/BundleEditor/resources/English.lproj/FileDropProperties.nib and /Users/mocenigo/build/textmate/release/_CompileXib/Frameworks/BundleEditor/resources/English.lproj/GrammarProperties.nib are in fact packages and not files, and they both contain two files inside, called keyedobjects-110000.nib and keyedobjects,.nib
Try to delete these files (folders) and re-run the build. It could be, that they were created before you added the `--flatten YES` option.
If it then works, I will make `--flatten YES` default.
Also, I didn’t know about `/opt/homebrew`, presumably this was also a change made for macOS 11, I can probably improve `./configure` to pick this up.
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