[TxMt] Error attempting to create XCode project from XCode bundle
lwilson at mac.com
Fri Sep 14 05:11:07 UTC 2007
Oops...partial operator error... I was looking in the wrong set of
Library folders. The problem was actually that the installer for
PyObjC had installed a text file in that folder, and the script
doesn't like items in that folder that aren't folders. I removed the
text file, so that there were only subfolders, and everything is now
On Sep 13, 2007, at 7:52 PM, Larry Wilson wrote:
> I am new to TM, and with the most recent version installed (1405),
> I get the following error when I attempt to create a new XCode
> project via the 'New Project Using XCode Template' menu item in the
> XCode bundle. It appears that there is a problem with the
> templates not being found. There was no Project Templates folder
> at the path indicated in the error message. Is this a standard
> folder that XCode should have installed (or somehow got deleted?).
> XCode seems to be functioning just fine without it.
> /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhI:97:in `open': Not a directory - /Library/
> Application Support/Apple/Developer Tools/Project Templates/
> 00README.txt (Errno::ENOTDIR)
> from /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhi:97:in `foreach'
> from /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhi:97:in `scan_dir'
> from /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhi:108
> from /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhi:106:in `foreach'
> from /tmp/temp_textmate.ocWNhI:106
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