Same problem. I used to built my project successfully, but now after upgrading Architect to 126.96.36.1996, I can't build my project and I get this "Missing dependencies" error. Now, I am copying the whole project directory to my production server. Is there a way to degrade Architect to previous version?
Can I assume you're not windows? Apologies for the breakage.
So What happened?:
In 3.0.3 we were trying to run shell startup scripts e.g. .profile, .bash_profile, etc ... to discover environment vars like PATH prior to executing our commands.
This broke a lot of nix users as they had errors in those shell startup scripts and thus each and every command we ran failed.
That being said it did help a smaller number of users (assuming you are one of them)
We rolled back this discovery code to help fix the masses knowing a minority would be affected.
That's the history. To fix your issue(s) we need to get Architect to have access to relevant commands. Many of the community have reported success in this regard.
Architects shell environment seems to see
Most success has come from adding a symbolic link to ant, ruby, java in one of those locations
In 3.1+ (not yet released) we are going to add a PATH setting in which you'll be able to add the directories you'd like us to add to your PATH when executing commands.
Any updates? I just downloaded the latest version of architect and have the same issue.
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