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tikilab had trouble on 18 Dec 2008
This didn't work on my system. I got a dialog box with this text: "Can't exec #usu/bon/nere at /tmp/.plx_tmp line 1." and one choice - Quit. I am trying it on a Dual 1.42 GHz PowerPC G4 with Mac OS 10.5.6.
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tikilab commented on 19 Dec 2008
Nope, I am running US English, freshly installed a few weeks ago.
tikilab commented on 19 Dec 2008
Hmm. I checked in the terminal and "which perl" returns "/usr/bin/perl". I checked inside the iDentify app bundle and AppSettings.plist says the same thing.

I also re-downloaded the app to make sure it wasn't corrupted. I tried dragging the included prefs onto the app. I made sure the app is in my "Applications" folder. I checked my International settings and they are all set to display english. Finally, I logged out of my account and tried it on a new user account. I got the same message each time.
tikilab commented on 19 Dec 2008
Oh, and I haven't previously run the program. This is the first time I've tried it.

I did notice that AtomicParsley is in the app bundle. I have previously tried a couple other programs that use AtomicParsley... maybe that has something to do with it?
tikilab commented on 20 Dec 2008
Yes, I am running perl 5.8.8 and it's a PPC.

I will be glad to try out a new version for you, but I am on vacation for the holidays and will only have access to this Mac until December 27, at which time I will fly home to my Intel Mac Pro. :)
tikilab commented on 21 Dec 2008
OK, progress. The program opened up, it correctly identified the TV show info, and Growl said it was completed. However, no tags were written.

I did it again and saw this error message after the show info:

sh: /Applications/iDentify.app/Contents/Resources/AtomicParsley: Bad CPU type in executable
tikilab had trouble on 12 Apr 2006
I'd love to try this out, but I only got as far as entering my username and password. It crashes before getting anything from del.icio.us.

I do have close to 500 bookmarks... :)
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