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
> 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
> 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
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