I tried compiling the FOCBOX UI sources on my Mac and it seems to have worked just fine. The compiled app is here: FOCBOX_UI_1.1.app. I tested it only very briefly. I can connect to my Unity and changing basic settings worked (tried changing the controls from Forward/Brake to Forward/Reverse and back). Use at your own risk.
@carl.1@Deodand Is there a reason the Mac OS version is not officially available given it’s straightforward to compile the sources for a Mac?
Are there plans to releasing the FOCBOX Tool sources? That one is clearly based on the vesc_tool, which is GPL, so you are legally obliged to release the sources.
Nice work on the Unity, BTW. So far I like everything about it a lot… except the missing Mac software.
Edit: The FOCBOX Tool sources are available (same repository as the FOCBOX UI, only different compile options). The compiled Mac OS app is here: FOCBOX_Tool_1.1.app.
The FOCBOX Tool is just a #define in the .pro file of the FOCBOX UI project. "BUILD_MOBILE " or some such.
Mainly it has to do with my lack of familiarity with Mac and juggling a lot of different projects we want to see successful. I didn’t have an apple computer to test these releases so didn’t feel comfortable having them as an official release. That is changing soon
@Deodand A few more questions: You advertise iOS support here. Where’s the iOS app? Also, I have two Android devices and I wasn’t able to install the Android app on any of them. Are there specific requirements?
Dyld Error Message:
Library not loaded: /usr/local/opt/qt/lib/QtPrintSupport.framework/Versions/5/QtPrintSupport
Referenced from: /Users/USER/Desktop/FOCBOX_Tool_1.1.app/Contents/MacOS/FOCBOX_UI_1.1
Reason: image not found