On Wed, May 26, 2021 at 2:41 PM Allan Odgaard via TextMate
It turns out the issue is with xib files that contain a custom view (no window), a table
view, and which has a deployment target (presumably less than macOS 11), for those, ibtool
will create a directory.
Wow, that's weird.
Hard to believe this is anything but a bug in latest
Xcode, but as a workaround, I have now removed deployment target from all xib files.
Regarding /opt/homebrew: If you run ./configure then it now creates a default local.rave
add FLAGS "-I/usr/local/include"
add LN_FLAGS "-L/usr/local/lib"
Then it complains that it cannot find dependencies.
Edit local.ninja with your M1 homebrew paths and then re-run ./configure, and it should
Did that, added
add FLAGS "-I/opt/homebrew/include"
add LN_FLAGS "-L/opt/homebrew/lib"
to local.rave and... it build without a single hiccup.
Personally I get build dependencies from nixpkgs,
there are people who use MacPorts, and then there is non-M1 homebrew, so I think it is
fair that if dependencies are not in /usr/local then the user will have to manually edit
the file, because ./configure can quickly become a mess if it has to try everything.
I understand this. I am sure that /opt/homebrew will become a "new
standard" but i understand the rationale for not polluting it too