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Problem installing r38 on Mac w/10.14.5

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I admit it, I'm not awesome at keeping up to date w/MacOS releases.  Part of this is due to my using this machine for connectivity to work via Citrix and our company having specific standards but that's another set of issues and problems.

Specifically, I just grabbed r38 and upon installing, got the following:

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dyld: lazy symbol binding failed: Symbol not found: _objc_opt_respondsToSelector

  Referenced from: /Users/mwhyt/Downloads/x16emu_mac-r38/x16emu (which was built for Mac OS X 10.15)

  Expected in: /usr/lib/libobjc.A.dylib

 

dyld: Symbol not found: _objc_opt_respondsToSelector

  Referenced from: /Users/mwhyt/Downloads/x16emu_mac-r38/x16emu (which was built for Mac OS X 10.15)

  Expected in: /usr/lib/libobjc.A.dylib

 

Abort trap: 6

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Yet, R37 worked just fine.  Do I really need 10.15 in order to get r38 to work properly?

Thank you.

 

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Well, unfortunately, that is how I would interpret those error messages: r38 was built for 10.15, and as a result has inherited some dependency on 10.15, so it won't run on prior versions of OS X.

You might try building your own from the source code.

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It runs on my Mac Mini... which is probably current.

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Got it, I'll accept their latest push, something called "Big Sur".

I was a Unix SA twenty years ago, Sun Solaris mostly, and lived on gcc and linux in the years between.  Can't be bothered now so hoping this works.  Luckily, I still have my 2015 Mac running the old version of NI Maschine and my Early 2008 Mac Pro still running an old copy of Saffire Pro, U-Audio duo, and Ivory.

Thanks for the quick reply.  (I spent about 5 hrs. typing my BBS Basic code form 1986 to Vice x64 only to lose it all).  Typing into a beta copy of Commander is probably as good a bet : )

 

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I remember SunOS and Solaris at my first job...

As for the emulator, I do most of the typing on the Mac, and only loading it into the X16 for testing.  BASIC 2.0 is just too primitive for my sanity.  I wrote a transpiler that lets me use labels and long variable names... it renders it down to 2.0 for testing.  I’ve also done some cc65.

 

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