But when I try to build a .Net Core application using EBuild.exe from Fire fails:
"/usr/local/bin/ebuild" "test_simpleio_gpio.elements" --configuration:Release
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E: Reference 'Echoes' could not be resolved for target 'Echoes' (Echoes .NETCore anycpu).
E: Reference 'Elements' could not be resolved for target 'Echoes' (Echoes .NETCore anycpu).
It would be nice to build from the command line on MacOS without having to install the compiler zip file.
The same idea works on Windows; I can use the EBuild.exe from Water to build from the command line.
That’ll work in theory, but without Elememtys installed externally, EBuild doesn’t know where to find its references, so you’ll need to pass it that, say using --setting:AdditionalReferencePaths=/Applications/Fire.app/Contents/Resources/References, and possibly m ore settings for Cocoa and Island.
Check the build log in Fire; the fiery line shows the exact command line Fire runs, and should have all the details you need. (you’ll wanna drop --logger:Fire, as the Fire logger output is not nice to look at).