Didn’t help either.
I start to think that this due a total mess up with the configuration on this machine.
First ,I downloaded and installed the zipped Elements distribution for Mac and Linux.
Realizing that this was not what I wanted, I run uninstall.sh; after that removed the whole directory tree
Installed Fire, but it did not work from the beginning.
The error appears at the early stage. It looks that the pipline bombs before the build process is invoked. The error message I am seeing may be a random response to an unthinkable program condition.
As you suggested, I run ebuild –debug and received this response:
~ marek$ ebuild --debug
Cannot open assembly ‘/Users/marek/_TMP/RemObjects Elements - Mac and Linux Zip Distro - 10.0.0.2575/EBuild.exe’: No such file or directory.
This tells me that Fire (installed in /Applications) might be looking for assemblies in the wrong place. uninstall.sh didn’t work.
Probably, once I clean that registry mess, Fire is likely to run normally.
The trouble is that I do not have a slightest idea how to clean it.