Has anyone here gotten VSCode debugging working on Mac for SketchUp 2022? I am finding that every time I attempt to launch SketchUp with the required command line to enable rdebug, it crashes ( e.g. Crash #3412), so of course VSCode can’t attach to it. Before you ask, yes I downloaded the latest version of the debugger dylib from GitHub. and put it into the specified place in the SketchUp.app bundle. And yes. I triple-checked the command line.
Also, does anyone know what Ruby version VSCode uses and how it gets it? I used rvm to get Ruby 2.7.2 and activate it on my Mac, but I am getting error messages such as inability to start Solargraph that make me think VSCode is using something else.
I don’t recall, but the solargraph documentation should describe this. Should be a setting you can configure as well. I would think it’d pick the system default if nothing is set. (You can set a given ruby version as default via rmv)
I’ll go look at the issue there to see if it is similar. Mine is a 2019 16" MacBook Pro - Intel chip - running Monterey 12.2.1.
I used rvm to set 2.7.2 as active both before launching VS Code and via the terminal in VS Code. For a while I was still seeing error reports on launch of VS Code that appeared to come from Ruby 2.0.0. Those have gone away, but Solargraph still posts messages it can’t run.
Edit: BTW at least to my eye it looks like the BugSplat I submitted has symbols and offsets about where the crash occurred.