In LC 9.6 (dp 1) I get a warning that I can't use XCode 11 (which isn't
installed yet anyway) unless I update to Mac OS 10.14.3. My Mac is up to
date as far as I know and there is no OS 10.14.3 available in the Mac
App Store. I can't update to Catalina until some of my critical software
That's odd as my Mac Mini is running on MacOS 10.14.6; and as far
as I remember it passed through 10.14.3 to get there.
On 5.12.19 21:35, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode wrote:
> In LC 9.6 (dp 1) I get a warning that I can't use XCode 11 (which
> isn't installed yet anyway) unless I update to Mac OS 10.14.3. My Mac
> is up to date as far as I know and there is no OS 10.14.3 available in
> the Mac App Store. I can't update to Catalina until some of my
> critical software becomes compatible.
> Is there a way to use XCode 10.1 in Mojave with LC 9.6?
In reply to this post by Brian Milby via use-livecode
If your Mac runs Mojave and is up to date then you should have 10.14.6 already installed.
If you still have a lower Mojave version installed then you could find the updates for the 10.14.x among the updates for older and news os here
Thanks, I've downloaded the combo update to get me caught up. The odd
thing is that I never received any notifications that OS X updates were
available, and apparently I missed six of them. They weren't in the Mac
App Store either when I checked.
On 12/5/19 2:27 PM, Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode wrote:
There is a Software-Update icon in System Preferences, which should at least show up all available updates. There you can also setup if you want to search automatically for updates, load them when available, automatically install them and so on. Maybe the option to automatically search for updates is not enabled.