Mac application folders not working #11

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ryanatball opened this Issue Jan 12, 2015 · 2 comments

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ryanatball commented Jan 12, 2015

The main.sh files all need to have dos2unix run on them and the executable bit set. When creating the gem on windows git needs to have been configured to not convert crlf otherwise the gem will be made with bad main.sh files. The git setting core.autocrlf needs to be "input" not "true" or the local files that are put into the gem will have bad line endings in them when the gem is created. You will probably need to delete and reclone the repository after changing this setting.

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Also need to fix the Simulated Targets button on non-windows systems

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ryanatball commented Jan 12, 2015

Also need to fix the Simulated Targets button on non-windows systems

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Because of the executable bit issue, it seems the gem will always need to be created on a non-windows system or we'll have to set the execute bit as part of gem installation somehow.

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ryanatball commented Jan 12, 2015

Because of the executable bit issue, it seems the gem will always need to be created on a non-windows system or we'll have to set the execute bit as part of gem installation somehow.

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