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Doesn't Open on OS X Yosemite #279

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circa-one opened this issue Nov 18, 2014 · 18 comments
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Doesn't Open on OS X Yosemite #279

circa-one opened this issue Nov 18, 2014 · 18 comments
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@circa-one circa-one commented Nov 18, 2014

Just downloaded GTKRadiant 1.6.4 for Mac, and it doesn't even open.

I'm on OS X 10.10.1.

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@TTimo TTimo commented Nov 18, 2014

Please post the radiant.log, or the error you get when running the binary
at the terminal.

On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 4:14 PM, Circa notifications@github.com wrote:

Just downloaded GTKRadiant 1.6.4 for Mac, and it doesn't even open.

I'm on OS X 10.10.1.


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@circa-one circa-one commented Nov 18, 2014

Unsure where to find the radiant.log or do that. Sorry! Point me in the right direction and I'll get whatever you need.

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@ensiform ensiform commented Nov 19, 2014

.radiant in your homepath probably.

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@circa-one circa-one commented Nov 26, 2014

Nope, not there.

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@condontrevor condontrevor commented Dec 7, 2014

Just ran into the same issue. I'm OSX 10.10. Couldn't find the log but below is the error that radiant throws when trying to run.

(radiant.bin:605): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: /private/tmp/com.apple.launchd.atq5olEsNG/org.macosforge.xquartz:0

(radiant.bin:605): GLib-CRITICAL **: gchar *g_string_free(GString *, gboolean): assertion 'string != NULL' failed

(radiant.bin:605): GLib-CRITICAL **: gchar *g_string_free(GString *, gboolean): assertion 'string != NULL' failed
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@jdolan jdolan commented Dec 8, 2014

I'll try to cut a new build this week.

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@jdolan jdolan commented Dec 8, 2014

Can you guys please try starting XQuartz separately, and then launching GtkRadiant? I'm noticing new behavior on my machine as well, where Radiant can't seem to launch XQuartz itself. But, if I start XQuartz, I can then launch Radiant just fine.

I'll be putting a new build up anyway, but I'm wondering if this is some sort of regression with XQuartz on Yosemite.

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@jdolan jdolan commented Dec 8, 2014

New build cut on Yosemite this morning, runs fine here:
http://quake2world.net/files/GtkRadiant-1.6.4-1.dmg

Interestingly, after I had to manually start XQuartz the very first time, I can fully quit XQuartz and re-launch Radiant without issue. On subsequent launches, it seems to fire up XQuartz no problem. Maybe this was a fluke, or the very first time I had ever run XQuartz on my machine. Not sure.

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@fablau fablau commented Dec 8, 2014

Thank you for the link. I have tried that binary, and it launches... but at first launch it showed me just "Quake2World" as game option (I think to recall the previous version allowed me to select Quake 3 Arena), and then I got an error, even at subsequent re-launches:


Synpase server initialization failed (see console)
ermo: No such file or directory
An unrecoverable error has occured.

Would you like to edit Preferences before exiting Radiant?

Therefore I don't know what to do... ideas?

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@jdolan jdolan commented Dec 8, 2014

Oh -- hah, that's because I did not install the game packs before bundling it up -- my bad! I'll get a proper build done tonight. In the meantime, great! It sounds like the new build works (runs).

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@fablau fablau commented Dec 9, 2014

Will you post a new built? Thank you :)

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@jdolan jdolan commented Dec 9, 2014

Sure, same URL, new build:
http://quake2world.net/files/GtkRadiant-1.6.4-1.dmg

On closer inspection, there was nothing wrong with the previous build, either. I had accidentally bundled my local q2w.game file in the install, and that's why Quake2World was pre-selected as your game. You could have just clicked "Configure more games" on the preferences screen and been okay (I think). But at any rate, here's a fresh build with all of the game packs up to date.

@TTimo would you update the link on the website to point to this new build?

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@0bsidian 0bsidian commented Dec 9, 2014

I'll update the site when I get a chance, there are a few minor fixes I've been meaning to do anyway.

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@fablau fablau commented Dec 9, 2014

Yes, it works great now! Thank you very much!

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@0bsidian 0bsidian commented Dec 10, 2014

@TTimo website changes updated via SVN. I think you just need to copy it to the live site.

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@TTimo TTimo commented Dec 10, 2014

Alright I'll get to that soon.

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@TTimo https://github.com/TTimo website changes updated via SVN. I
think you just need to copy it to the live site.


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@TTimo TTimo commented Dec 13, 2014

website updated. thanks guys

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@RedRaspberry RedRaspberry commented Jun 8, 2018

@circa-one Can you please reopen this, I have tried to open XQuartz as a standalone and then open gtk to no avail. I have also opened gtk on its own, with the same result. All that happens is the app icon appears for a second, then disappears. It does not show as an open app in the dock, nor does it show in activity monitor. I have also installed all the dependencies from : sudo port install dylibbundler pkgconfig gtkglext scons .

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