[MacRuby-devel] Document based application template
andy.stechishin at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 03:02:32 PST 2011
I cannot say or certain why the problem occurred. I did further
investigation on another computer and the problem did not repeat with
the same same code. I then rebooted the first computer and the problem
went did not occur.
I apologize for not posted that the problem was corrected to the list.
In all honesty, when I never received any responses, I was not sure
the email ever made it on the list.
As I am still running Snow Leopard on all of my systems, I continue to
run XCode 4.0.2. I have had no further problems as described below.
The advice to upgrade is well-meant but not possible with the current
version of the OS that is running. I am planning to begin the upgrade
process in the break between Christmas and New Years.
On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 1:59 AM, Maik Kempe <root at breaking-limits.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know, it is a lame advice but maybe you should upgrade Xcode / MacRuby. Then you can create a Document based application via the wizard which works like charm for me.
> If everything is not working, drop me a line and i can send you the generated skeleton from the wizard.
> On Dec 22, 2011, at 8:46 AM, Min Soo Kim wrote:
>> Hi Andy Stechishin,
>> I am have the same problem as you.
>> It seems that no one is answering to your question.
>> Have you find a what the problems was?
>> Thank you in advance
>> Min Soo Kim
>> On Jul 23, 2011, at 12:46 PM, Andy Stechishin wrote:
>>> I am trying to make a Document based MacRuby application. I create the
>>> new project in Xcode4 (4.0.2) and immediately select build and run.
>>> The application starts but there is no "Untitled" window and the
>>> File->New and File->Open menu options are greyed out. Following the
>>> same sequence of actions except choosing an Objective-C based
>>> application, the "Untitled" Window appears and the menu options are
>>> active. I have compared the project contents, the xib files (including
>>> File Owners and First Responders) and linked frameworks and can find
>>> no difference that would explain the different operation. It would
>>> seem that there is some problem with NSDocumentController in the
>>> MacRuby version. It is either not there or has been added properly to
>>> the responder chain.
>>> Am I missing something? Or is this a defect? Has anyone else
>>> encountered this and found a work around?
>>> Andy Stechishin
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