- Download xTIMEcomposer. Ok, it needs Java 6
- Download Java 6, Oh that doesn't work, go look for instructions on how to get Java 6 on Catalina.
- Yay! XMOS have a guide - pull the modified Java 6 and type the magic to get the command line to work
- Run xTIMEcomposer.
- Run through about 1000 iterations of "do you really want to run this, load, cancel or move to trash"
- Somehow avoid clicking on 'move to trash' every single time. Finally, we're launched.
- It wants me to log in (I remember that, now). Use same login as works on the website
- Oh. It doesn't like it - tells me it detected an SSL exception.. Well, that's odd.
- Click on 'Having Problems Registering'. Dig through the various options in the preferences. Finally find the 'disable security cert checking' (it's on the very last pane, conveniently).
- Type in username/password again. No difference.
- Give up on actually trying to do something, and type in this wall of text instead.
I see a message from xrun about not being able to access the tools. There's no board connected, but I can certainly run it from the command line:
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@atlantis ~ % xrun --version Community_14.4.1 (build 235-acbb966, Dec-01-2019) Copyright (C) XMOS Limited 2008-2019. All Rights Reserved.