Installation fails in MacOS X Lion with /bun/zsh as default shell
Just found SDK Tools for Mac OS X Installation works with Mac OS X default shell (/bin/bash) only.
If you use other shell (/bin/zsh in my case) try this:
1. Change default shell to /bin/bash
2. Install Sencha SDK Tools
3. Change default shell back to your favorite one.
Unknown error running post-install step
thanks for your post. I am running Mac OSX Snow Lion and switched from /bin/zsh/ back to /bin/bash/.
Ran SenchaSDKTools-1.2.3-osx-installer and am still getting the same odd error message:
"Unknown error running post-install step. Installation may not complete correctly"
did you set /bin/bash as default shell? At post-install step installer updates ~/.profile, ~/.bash_profile and ~/.bashrc. Are these files exist and writable?
I keep getting this error after installing the Sencha Touch 2.0.0 SDK:
sh: stbuild: command not found
When running the command:
sencha package run ios.json
Any ideas what that might be?
you need to add the following to your path (massage accordingly)
Originally Posted by kpy3
the fact that the installer *assumes* you are running /bash is unfortunate.
the exec script (/command/sencha) should do this automagically.
in fact i think I will just go and patch it now.
Confirming that the SDK tools will not install with ZSH set as default. Switched back to bash installed perfectly sencha command worked. Switched back to zsh and sencha could not be found.
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