I think trying the latest master is the only way, sorry. Once all problems are fixed, a new tag release should come up and we will file a PR with homebrew to get a working version into Mojave.
So the problem came back again all of sudden When I build it, I manage to run it on the build directory, but once installed, I cannot run it anywhere, and gives out this message (the logo just stays on the screen forever):
dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/opt/jpeg/lib/libjpeg.9.dylib Referenced from: /usr/local/lib/libTIFF.dylib Reason: Incompatible library version: libTIFF.dylib requires version 13.0.0 or later, but libJPEG.dylib provides version 11.0.0
Do you still have this issue?
I have Mojave on my mbp and I had the same problem. Here is what I did:
I downloaded the source file and extracted it.
I followed the instructions given in
https://github.com/root-project/root (Building section including source /bin/thisroot.sh) to install root. It worked but when I closed and reopened the terminal, it would not detect root, which means I have to source it every time I open the terminal. So I added source <pathname_where_I_Installed>/bin/thisroot.sh to ~/.bash_profile
Now it works like a charm!
@diogopires there is no need to install ROOT; it can be run directly from the build directory.
Yes @ramsmg! I had already done it also and it’s working beautifully now! Thank you!
For future reference, this is what the release notes for Mojave says:
Another useful piece of information is that you can find the SDK’s install directory for the include files using
xcrun --show-sdk-path. This is what it shows for me on High Sierra:
$ xcrun --show-sdk-path /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/SDKs/MacOSX.sdk
I had the same issue. I was able to run ROOT again by moving XCode from /Applications/Utilities/ to /Applications/. Hope this helps.
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