@rtrouton rtrouton released this Sep 29, 2017 · 5 commits to master since this release

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Fixed a bug that was causing packages to install outside of the specified installation order on macOS High Sierra.

What happened:

The following command in the package installation script ran fine until 10.13.0:

/usr/bin/find "$install_dir" -maxdepth 2 \( -iname \*\.pkg -o -iname \*\.mpkg \

In 10.13, the -s option is now needed to enable find to list the packages in the desired order:

/usr/bin/find -s "$install_dir" -maxdepth 2 \( -iname \*\.pkg -o -iname \*\.mpkg \

Honestly, I should have added the -s option years ago. My bad.

Tested and verified to run on the following versions of macOS:

10.13.0
10.12.6

Tested and verified to run on the following versions of OS X:

10.11.6

Not tested on the following versions of OS X:

10.10.x or earlier