ROOT Version: 6.22/02
Built for macosx64 on Aug 17 2020, 12:46:52
I was trying to open a .root file in a Browser directly from my command line and found that rootbrowse file.root should do it, but every time it opens the TBrowser it just stays loading and I can’t do anything on it.
It seems that Mac had a problem with that (Rootbrowse stuck). Has that been solved or is there another solution for it?
According to this Pull Request the issue should be fixed, maybe @swunsch can confirm
I just tried
rootbrowse on Mac with the ROOT master version. It works.
I’m afraid that the fix hasn’t made it in v6-22-02 but is just available on master. In the next ROOT release this will be resolved!
Until then, it’s best for you going through the ROOT prompt like that:
[shell] $ root -l file.root
[root] $ TBrowser b; // file will be already attached to this browser