Searched this forum, but no luck
I had Hatari running on my old Quicksilver Powermac, but it died and so I had to transfer all my user files (including all my emulators) over to my parent's Powerbook (I'm set up as a seperate user), but now Hatari won't run. I click on the icon and it appears in the Dock, but after a moment quits with the following error:
Symbol not found: _rl_filename_completion_function
Referenced from: /Applications/Emulators/Hatari/Hatari.app/Contents/MacOS/Hatari
Expected in: /usr/lib/libedit.2.dylib
So what does this mean and what do I have to do to make Hatari work? all I know is that on my Powermac it just worked. I'm assuming some file needed is missing. I though it might be X11, but apparently its already installed as I tried to install X11 and the computer told me I couldn't install it because "newer software already exists on this computer" so I assume this means the current version of X11 is already installed on the Powerbook.
In my Hatari folder (in Applications) I have the Hatari application and the TOS file (a genuine ST ROM image file) along with my ST games/utilites folder. If I click on the Hatari application to 'Show Package Contents' I see a folder containing:
Frameworks (which contains the SDL.framework), MacOS (which contains the Hatari Unix Executable File), Info.plist (which is the preferences file), Pkginfo, and Resources.
Perhaps someone here can post an easy to follow step by step guide on how to install Hatari for various platforms (please start with Mac OS X) as the Hatari homepage is very scarse on such help other than saying you need a TOS ROM.