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Setup.sh doesn't work for 4.9 release branch

After checking out release branch from github for 4.9, ./Setup.sh script which downloads engine dependencies for building UE4 source code fails with the following error message:

Failed to download 'http://cdn.unrealengine.com/dependencies/2672455-c35b27396fee4aed831d1e3a67e6e8ce/307c657dc307e9c26bbf6cf06c221854bb33012f': /Users/saim/Projects/UnrealEngine/Engine/Binaries/Mac/UE4EditorServices.app/Contents/MacOS/UE4EditorServices.dsym is a directory (UnauthorizedAccessException)

I tried master branch again after this error. ./Setup.sh works.


Product Version: UE 4.9
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asked Sep 01 '15 at 01:36 AM in Bug Reports

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Hey mindblender-

I cloned the release branch and was then able to run ./Setup.sh and ./GenerateProjectFiles.sh. The error that you posted refers to a Mac folder, are you using the source code on Linux or on Mac? If you're on a Mac you want to run Setup.command rather than Setup.sh.


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answered Sep 01 '15 at 02:20 PM

avatar image mindblender Sep 01 '15 at 02:33 PM

I'm on mac. Ah, I didn't know that I was supposed to use Setup.command instead of Setup.sh.

The command succeeded when I deleted the target app file under the Engine/Binaries/ I guess it was placed there when I built UE4 from source code.


avatar image Doug E ♦♦ STAFF Sep 01 '15 at 03:02 PM

Setup.bat, Setup.command, and Setup.sh all preform the same task for Windows, Mac, and Linux (respectively). The platform you're on determines which file needs to be ran.

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