[Mono-osx] El Capitan: App is terminated on double-click, but runs from terminal (open -a app)
dburnard at adobe.com
Fri Nov 6 17:09:57 UTC 2015
Looks like I might be wrong about the version number for the fix. We build our own 64bit binaries and the guy who did our build
went looking for the 126.96.36.199 sources and saw this change in the git repo:
"Add support for version of pthread_getspecific when launching from Xcode with LLDB attached."
That seems to be the key change, but I'm not sure whether what we built corresponds to 188.8.131.52, or if we just grafted that change into our older 4.0.2.X sources.
In our local repository it looks like the latter...
Sorry for the confusion,
> On Nov 6, 2015, at 2:17 AM, bostjan <sodja.bostjan at pieps.com> wrote:
> We have a legacy Mono Windows Forms app that was running without problems on
> Yosemite but does not run on El Capitan.
> - I have downloaded the new Mono MDK-184.108.40.206. and re-package the app using
> the macpack.
> - Now the app runs/is opened normally when executing command in terminal:
> open -a
> (app) or when calling mono --debug (app)
> - But does not run when double clicking on app inside Finder or LounchPad.
> The app icon shows just briefly then is immediately terminated.
> Any idea?
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