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When trying to drag and drop a file, the following error is printed:
2018-10-10 23:18:59.888 kitty[24205:1276159] -[__NSCFString count]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x7fac47c383c0
2018-10-10 23:18:59.889 kitty[24205:1276159] *** Canceling drag because exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException' (reason '-[__NSCFString count]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x7fac47c383c0') was raised during a dragging session
No file path appears in the shell.
The error seems to come from glfw/cocoa_window.m, line 930 (const NSUInteger count = [files count];). If I replace const NSUInteger count = [files count]; by const NSUInteger count = 1;, an error will occur a couple lines below (NSEnumerator* e = [files objectEnumerator];). The files variable seems to contain something unexpected. Adding files = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"test", nil]; below NSArray* files = [pasteboard propertyListForType:NSPasteboardTypeFileURL]; in line 925 to overwrite the contents of the array with something known will paste test in the shell when dropping a file, as expected. NSLog(@"%@", files); outputs 2018-10-10 23:14:23.518 kitty[23756:1273375] file:///.file/id=6571367.8608983890/ in an otherwise unmodified kitty.
Sadly I don't know Objective-C enough yet to debug this issue further.
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