Mojave issues

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    Greg O

    13 Jul 2018 Xojo Inc scout.galaxy.barn

    @Beatrix W A) This problem drives me nuts.

    Which problem?

    @Beatrix W B) You never ever know if something is fixed or not.

    Sure you do. We mark the case as Fixed & Verified when it exists in a released version of Xojo.

    @Beatrix W C) Oh, and this lovely problem only affects Xojo. It so sounds like the problems that our Windows friends have.

    If you're talking about my comment above about removing "Reviewed", I suspect it doesn't only affect us. I'd bet that most companies just don't provide as much transparency into their bug tracking system that we do.

  3. Beatrix W

    13 Jul 2018 Pre-Release Testers, Third Party Store Europe (Germany)
    Edited last year

    A) I meant the meditation problem of Xojo. I want to type something and can see one letter at a time. Yesterday that dang thing wouldn't do anything anymore. I was editing a project with less than 100 lines of code.

    B) If there is no investigation between Apple and Xojo then you won't know if this is an Apple or a Xojo problem.

    C) The meditation problem only affects Xojo. This is my reading laptop so I do Mail, iBooks (because Kindle and Calibre are screwed up), Safari, the odd minute of ValentinaStudio (also screwed up), JWildfire (ugly but functional Java) and Fractal Artist.

  4. Greg O

    13 Jul 2018 Xojo Inc scout.galaxy.barn

    @Beatrix W A) I meant the meditation problem of Xojo. I want to type something and can see one letter at a time. Yesterday that dang thing wouldn't do anything anymore. I was editing a project with less than 100 lines of code.

    C) The meditation problem only affects Xojo. This is my reading laptop so I do Mail, iBooks (because Kindle and Calibre are screwed up), Safari, the odd minute of ValentinaStudio (also screwed up), JWildfire (ugly but functional Java) and Fractal Artist.

    Wait... you're using macOS 10.14 Mojave on your primary daily machine? That's a recipe for disaster IMHO.

    @Beatrix W B) If there is no investigation between Apple and Xojo then you won't know if this is an Apple or a Xojo problem.

    You're right, but we just can't spare the manpower at the moment knowing that these early issues sometimes do not just affect Xojo apps and get resolved in later betas.

  5. Beatrix W

    13 Jul 2018 Pre-Release Testers, Third Party Store Europe (Germany)

    I'm using Mojave on my READING laptop. The main development machine of course runs the Captain. An Air is way too slow for Xojo anyways.

  6. Thomas T

    1 Dec 2018 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (Germany, Munich)
    Edited last year

    The issue where I get a crash about "objc_msgSend() selector name: release" still occurs in 10.14.1 and I can't find a way to work around it.

    @Greg OLone Does the 2012 IDE crash for you under Mojave? It loads plugins exactly the same way as your apps do.

    No, the IDE itself works. Christian suggests that this crash is due to a race condition, and it may be about which plugins get loaded. And it seems that the plugins the IDE loads for itself do not cause this crash, but the ones my apps load do. Meaning there is still the possibility there a bug in the plugin loader as Christian suggests, but it surfaces only under particular constellations, and mine is such one :(

  7. 9 months ago

    @ThomasTempelmann — I am running into the exact same problem but even if I could manage to get rid off the plugin I was using, the problem persists and my app crashes on launch. The plugins used are:

    RBAppearancePak.rbx_0.dylib
    rbframework.dylib
    RBGUIKit.rbx_0.dylib
    RBInternetEncodings.rbx_0.dylib
    RBRegEx.rbx_0.dylib
    RBShell.rbx_0.dylib
    RBXML.rbx_0.dylib
  8. Thomas T

    18 Mar 2019 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (Germany, Munich)
    Edited 9 months ago

    @Stéphane ;Mons I am running into the exact same problem but even if I could manage to get rid off the plugin I was using, the problem persists and my app crashes on launch.

    Well, that nullifies the suspicion that it's a problem with MBS, then. It's apparently a bug in RB itself. That's too bad, because if it had been caused by MBS, there'd be a chance it could get fixed.

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