@Wallerand The error looks like there there is an issue with xcode and it wants you to specify which version to use. This may have happened if xcode has not been installed as a dependency yet, or if there are multiple versions installed. Please verify you have xcode installed by running:
xcode-select -v; xcode-select --print-path
You should see something like this for your output:
$ xcode-select -v; xcode-select --print-path
xcode-select version 2345.1.
If you see anything differently, please post what you see in your response.
If Xcode is installed, there may be multiple versions installed. These steps may be able to fix this problem.
If this does not resolve the problem, there may be an issue with the initial Jibo-SDK download. Please follow these steps to reinstall the Jibo-SDK Atom Package:
Disable the Jibo Atom Package, then
Uninstall the Jibo Atom Package; and finally
Install the Jibo Atom Package again.
If this does not resolve the errors you are seeing, then there may still an issue with your dependencies not matching our system requirements. Please reconfirm which versions of your dependencies are currently installed so I can check to make sure they match our requirements?
OS: Mac 10.10 / 10.12
node -v command in terminal
npm -v command in Terminal
xcode-select -v command in Terminal
atom -v command in Terminal or by clicking
Atom tool bar:
cd $H; cd .atom/packages/jibo-sdk; cat package.json or by clicking
Settings > Packages in Atom
cd $HOME; cd node_modules/pixi.js; cat package.json in Terminal
cd $HOME; cd .atom/packages/jibo-sdk/node_modules/husl; cat package.json in Terminal
@bmulreni The npm version
v3.10.5 is ok because this is only within the context of
apm commands. You can see it listed when you run
apm -v in Terminal:
$ apm -v
This is different than the npm version that is installed on my machine from my node version:
$ npm -v
Just like how my node version is different from Atom’s node version:
$ atom -v
Atom : 1.11.1
Chrome : 49.0.2623.75
Node : 5.10.0
$ node -v