Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'Test on KStars 3.2.3 on MAC -> missing astrometry.net binaries' in the forum. 1 hour 3 minutes ago

Robert Lucas,

An easy solution for you then would be to try running the home-brew version of astrometry until I get this resolved.:

1. At the command line run this command:

brew install astrometry-net

2. Inside the KStars astrometry options, select to use the homebrew solve field and wcsinfo. See the screenshot.



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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. 21 hours 24 minutes ago

I made some slight changes to the source code and got it to work well on Linux.



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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

This one is revised with the changes you suggested.

drive.google.com/open?id=1scWHyDBgfX7K84mF6K75Aach2RP6UvkB

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

Yes, it is because I do a check to see if the desired location actually exists. But of course, this folder does not exist. I will add an option to create the folder if it is detected that it doesn't exist.

Please keep testing and find any other issues.

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

Here, this should still have those framework files in it.

drive.google.com/open?id=1-ywwLuELPwAYU1LsDLK-PupkV9-hDLZn

Thanks for the help!

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

Oops, no you are right. There is a good reason for that. I forgot that my fix libraries script deletes the Frameworks folder and starts fresh, so by just reversing the commands, the stuff MacDeployQT does do correctly got deleted accidentally. Let me revise that and try again.

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

So, the interesting thing is that I just went back and took a look at the build log. When I ran the fix libraries script, the paths were all correct! When I looked at the final dmg, the paths were NOT correct. So then I tried a little experiment. I tried running the fix libraries script AFTER the macdeployqt command. see if this helps any.

drive.google.com/open?id=1kuo3kHtfRCMno04G0qQ1s1uaiYcAXCKx

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic '[SOLVED] Astrometry Solver crashed on 3.2.0 OSX' in the forum. yesterday

Try this build and see if this fixes that. Note that python will need to be installed on your system. This is explained in the post.

indilib.org/forum/ekos/5259-test-on-ksta....html?start=12#39917

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. yesterday

So, I think it might be ready for some testing. Try this out:

drive.google.com/open?id=1q7eU2kh0mPFJQLuxtXE4QFS-Qc-kTqHz

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'Scheduler not starting' in the forum. 4 days ago

Yes in fact the dbus recipe I wrote was fine, it just hadn't been run in awhile. The craft dbus recipe had been run more recently, so the wrong version of dbus was being included. I updated my build script to force it to run the recipe every time just in case. Here is the updated dmg. dbus should be working in this one:

drive.google.com/open?id=1SkapOji70HCFa4XrcoqpA__e-A5YJt_2

Please test,

Thanks,

Rob

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'Scheduler not starting' in the forum. 4 days ago

Oh, you are correct. I just ran a test on dbus and in fact it did have a build error. I think this is just an issue with the recipe but I will have to wait until later today to investigate this issue. It probably won't be too bad though since I have dealt with it before.

Here was the quick test:
/Applications/kstars.app/Contents/MacOS/dbus-send --dest=org.kde.kstars --print-reply /KStars org.kde.kstars.zoomIn
Failed to open connection to "session" message bus: Using X11 for dbus-daemon autolaunch was disabled at compile time, set your DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS instead

That option should not have been disabled at compile time, since OS X does not have dbus by default and in order to get it to work with KStars a few years ago, my solution was to launch an isolated dbus server just for KStars at KStars launch with specially configured options. So this is actually VERY important. A few months ago when we started using craft for everything, we ran into the issue shown above because the dbus built by craft had the option disabled, so I wrote my own recipe for dbus to make it work. I will have to see if there is an issue with my recipe or if it ran the default craft recipe for dbus instead of my recipe.

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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. 4 days ago

More revisions. . .



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Rob Lancaster replied to the topic 'INDI distribution for macOS' in the forum. 5 days ago

So I was inspired by what you did and I worked today and yesterday on putting together a little program to make it happen. It is not finished yet, but it does currently start and stop the web manager, monitor it, and monitor the indi server that was started up.



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