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Re: Release of Enigma 1.30-alpha

From: Sidney Markowitz
Subject: Re: Release of Enigma 1.30-alpha
Date: Sat, 26 Dec 2020 09:03:16 +1300
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I'm not surprised, although I assume that was a typo in your email and the error message was "requires macOS 10.15 or later".

I think I've figured out the proper settings to make a VirtualBox virtual machine on my Mac that can run High Sierra, and how to deal with the mess resulting from Homebrew dropping support for anything earlier than Mojave.

That should let me put together a build of enigma that will run on all three of High Sierra, Mojave, and Catalina. All bets are off on Big Sur, especially on the new Arm Macs, until I or someone else has one to work with. I won't bother going all the way back to Sierra... Strangely enough, any machine that is capable of running Sierra is capable of being upgraded to High Sierra, and the November 2020 security patches did not provide fixes for Sierra.


Mark Pulley wrote on 26/12/20 12:53 am:
I can’t run it on Mojave - an error box comes up: “The application requires MacOS 10.5 or later”. It runs fine on Catalina.

Mark P.

On 25 Dec 2020, at 1:20 am, Sidney Markowitz <sidney@sidney.com <mailto:sidney@sidney.com>> wrote: In other news, I've built and uploaded a macOS dmg that anyone can use to install Enigma on macOS without having to have Homebrew and without building from source. So far it has only been tested on macOS Catalina. If it doesn't work on High Sierra or Mojave, let me know and I can build it on a High Sierra machine instead, which should be forward-compatible to Mojave and Catalina. Big Sur will have to wait until I can set up a machine to play with it.

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