On 3 Jun 2020, at 21:11, Greg Dunn wrote:
Because I can't keep my hands off utilities and
am on a constant
quest to understand development processes, I attempted to clone the
latest git repository and build TextMate. It seems that everything
goes well until I reach the part where I build the actual executable,
and get the following errors:
xcrun: error: unable to find utility "ibtool", not a developer tool or
ibtool and actool exist in /usr/bin and also a link to /usr/local/bin,
both of which are in my shell path. I enter 'which ibtool' from the
shell and it can find the tool. Is there another path needed for the
build which I don't have set? Generally Homebrew builds compile and
run OK on my system...
The build process runs everything via the `xcrun` command.
You can run `xcrun -f ibtool` to find ibtool via `xcrun`, but it will
likely fail, though it may tell you what is wrong.
Perhaps the “selected” Xcode version of yours exist no more, try
run: `xcode-select -p`, that prints path to where the system thinks it
You may be able to fix that with `xcode-select -s <path>`.
More information in man page for the above mentioned tools.