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We should reject building with the macOS 10.14 SDK until all major compatibility issues (such as bug 1494022) are fixed. We should help developers find an older SDK, or even better, help them find the 10.11 SDK which is used in automation.
We'd be happy to help someone write a patch for this.
Please add my vote to find a fix for this. Just spent 80 minutes on 2 separate OSX builds only to find that it is a known sdk issues.
Assignee: nobody → mshal
In bug 1494022 there are problems using an SDK that is too new, which can cause developers to spend many hours debugging an issue that we could've checked up front. This patch gets the version from the SDKSettings.plist file at the root of the SDK directory, and checks it against min and max supported versions. The current min version is 10.11, since that is what we build with in automation. The current max version is 10.13, since 10.14+ currently has an issue with a black screen at startup.
Pushed by firstname.lastname@example.org: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/4195353da58d Add version checks for the OSX SDK; r=froydnj#firefox-build-system-reviewers
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