It looks like SketchUp is failing to load something for …/Plugins/maxwell/init.rb == ../Plugins/maxwell/bin/osx/mx_r25.bundle
It might well be that the version of that was compiled for an earlier version, like v2018, and so it fails in v2019’s newer Ruby…
You need to seek advice from ‘maxwell’ direct ?
Their site says the current version v4’s compatibility is up to SketchUp v2018, for all OSs…
I suspect that you actually need v5 - whenever that’s due out ?
Yes, the mx_r25.bundle fails somehow, but this is what I would like to fix.
This was compiled by me and was compiled for SketchUp 2019. (With ruby base version 2.5.1)
And this very same version works fine under SketchUp 2019 English version, but sends this error message under the SketchUp 2019 Spanish version.
Comparing the contents of the SketchUp.app EN and SPA versions I find many differences which are not just in the resource files but also (for example) the binary files of the Ruby.framework too.
Which is a bit surprising for me.
OK, it seems the difference is in the ruby framework.
Under the Ruby.framework/Versions/2.5.1 folder there are four files:
This structure is the same under the Spanish and the English version. But under the English version the Ruby file is a binary and the other libruby.* files are practically symbolic links to this Ruby file.
But under the Spanish version there is the Ruby binary, but the libruby.* files are binaries too (not links). And these binaries are different from the Ruby file. (The Ruby files under the Spanish and English versions are very similar.)
The Maxwell plugin was linked to libruby.2.5.1.dylib and it is different under the two localized versions of SketchUp app and that caused the problem.
I can solve the problem now, but don’t understand why are these ruby files different under the two localized SketchUp versions? Any idea?