[MacRuby-devel] trunk status update

s.ross cwdinfo at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 08:18:43 PDT 2009

Whoa, thanks for the help with the Gears enabler. It didn't relate to  
the problem. It was, as is most often the case, user error on my part.  

class ControllerBase < NSObject

class TitleController < ControllerBase
   @ControllerBase.setTextColor(NSColor::redColor) # <= yeah, right.  
Try to invoke a nonexistent, presumably on nil.

This tries to invoke a method, presumably on nil, and produces a  
SIGABRT with no backtrace. I'm not sure why a SIGABRT, but incorrect  
program behavior is the expected result of bonehead programmer error  
on my part.

Again, thanks (sheepish grin) for bearing with me in getting this  
errant search/replace goop out of my code. Gee, what a noob error.


On Oct 5, 2009, at 10:48 PM, Vincent Isambart wrote:

>> [Switching to process 1982]
>> Running…
>> 2009-10-05 22:29:51.141 IStockCocoa[1982:80f] Error loading
>> /Library/InputManagers/GearsEnabler.old/GearsEnabler.bundle/ 
>> Contents/MacOS/GearsEnabler:
>> dlopen(/Library/InputManagers/GearsEnabler.old/GearsEnabler.bundle/ 
>> Contents/MacOS/GearsEnabler,
>> 265): no suitable image found.  Did find:
>> /Library/InputManagers/GearsEnabler.old/GearsEnabler.bundle/ 
>> Contents/MacOS/GearsEnabler:
>> GC capability mismatch
>> Program received signal:  “SIGABRT”.
>> sharedlibrary apply-load-rules all
>> warning: Could not find object file
>> "/Sites/kain/icoretech.org/macruby/repo/array.o" - no debug  
>> information
>> available for "array.c".
> Try moving this stupid GearEnabler Input Manager somewhere else and
> restart the app
> sudo mv /Library/InputManagers/GearsEnabler.old /tmp
> I'm pretty sure you can even delete it (especially as the name ends  
> with .old)
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