Late Night Cruisin’

August 13, 2018 sqc1w 0 Comments

Ever since I decided to treat my blog more like Twitter, and just write micro-events rather than an entire epistle, writing either has come to a virtual standstill. (Except of course for the firestorm that has been Mori v1.6.4, v.1.6.5, and v.1.6.6 which is now undergoing 3rd party testing and I’m still trying to squash that “freezes while writing in Leopard” bug.)

Option-clicking the ‘Run’ icon in Xcode3 causes Mori to execute, then gdb starts up and attaches to Mori’s process, then Mori quits. Huh?

As if that weren’t enough, everytime gdb starts up, it spews out a lot of warnings about object files it can’t find. Like so,

warning: Could not find object file “/BinaryCache/Libsystem/Libsystem-111~176/Root/usr/local/lib/system/libc_debug.a(errno.o)” – no debug information available for “/SourceCache/Libc/Libc-498/sys/errno.c”.

warning: Could not find object file “/usr/local/lib/system/libcommonCrypto_debug.a(md2_dgst.o)” – no debug information available for “/SourceCache/CommonCrypto/CommonCrypto-32207/Source/Digest/md2_dgst.c”.

warning: Could not find object file “/usr/local/lib/system/libcommonCrypto_debug.a(md4_dgst.o)” – no debug information available for “/SourceCache/CommonCrypto/CommonCrypto-32207/Source/Digest/md4_dgst.c”.

warning: Could not find object file “/usr/local/lib/system/libcommonCrypto_debug.a(md5_dgst.o)” – no debug information available for “/SourceCache/CommonCrypto/CommonCrypto-32207/Source/Digest/md5_dgst.c”.

warning: Could not find object file “/usr/local/lib/system/libinfo_debug.a(gethnamaddr.o)” – no debug information available for “gethnamaddr.c”.

warning: Could not find object file “/var/tmp/Libm/Libm-287.1~6/Libm.build/Libm_debug.a.build/Objects-normal/ppc/scalb.o” – no debug information available for “/SourceCache/Libm/Libm-287.1/Source/PowerPC/scalb.c”.

What kind of railroad are we running here?

Anyway, at this point I’m planning on changing the file format after v1.7 ships. It’s just making it too tough to do some fixes. Mori still won’t require Leopard for some time yet, but I have to make my job, and putting out updates, somewhat simpler.

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