I'm on macOS Catalina, and I'm using Emacs for Mac OS X. When I click File > Open, or the Open button on the toolbar, or "Open a File" on the splash screen, I get a crash.
I have tried some other Emacs distributions, namely:
emacs --with-cocoainstalled via Homebrew
emacs-plusinstalled via Homebrew
I have granted file system access to the various executables for each distribution, and all three options give the same errors.
Here's the part of the crash report that I think is most helpful:
Application Specific Information: *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSObjectNotAvailableException', reason: 'EmacsSavePanel is not a supported subclass for sandboxing' abort() called terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException
From the crash report, I thought the problem was with file system access. I followed the steps in this question, but giving
/usr/bin/ruby full disk access did not fix the problem. I've also tried giving the following full disk access, but so far no success:
- The Emacs app
Emacsexecutable inside the Emacs app
- The Homebrew install of Ruby (both
Is there something else I should be looking for?