7 Oct 2012 2:59 PM #1
Command not found mac OSX mountain lion
I ran the mac installer for sencha cmd. but when I type sencha into a terminal window all I get is this:
-bash: sencha: command not found
The directory was created and the files exist after running the installer. What else do I have to do?
7 Oct 2012 8:14 PM #2
What version of Sencha Cmd did you install? Also, did you start a new terminal instance? The PATH environment variable is updated by a shell script that should run on terminal start.
7 Oct 2012 10:42 PM #3
On Lion 10.7.4, you have to add PATH and VAR in the .bash_profile file at the root of your user folder !
export SENCHA_CMD_3_0_0="/Users/you/Path/To/Sencha/Cmd/3.0.0.XXX" export PATH=/Users/you/Path/To/Sencha/Cmd/184.108.40.206:$PATH
7 Oct 2012 10:56 PM #4
That should be done by the installer. Maybe not to that exact shell script, I'll have to check, but you should not need to add anything manually.
7 Oct 2012 11:44 PM #5
With the new Cmd v3 (since 144), i've to manually insert the VAR and PATH into my .bash_profile file.
The VAR and PATH are well added to the .profile file, but the "sencha" command in Terminal gives nothing. This works after having added to the .bash_profile...
10 Oct 2012 12:06 PM #6
10 Oct 2012 12:25 PM #7
I have opened a bug in our bug tracker so we can look at this. Thanks!
10 Oct 2012 10:28 PM #8
11 Oct 2012 12:35 PM #9
11 Oct 2012 1:38 PM #10
Thanks, yeah - tried to delete in time once I realized mine was different. I've resolve my issue. Thanks for the tip. I really appreciate it.