And in rides the cavalry, into the Valley of...well, maybe not Death, but certainly Uselessness. Esoteric literary references aside, I somehow missed not one but two emails about SpacePort...lost in the shuffle of newsletters I'm too lazy to unsubscribe from, it seems.
Here's the deal: SpacePort was developed with a quite old version of REALbasic that barely supported Mach packaging and had no idea what Intel meant (at least when compiling for Mac). In theory, it should be possible for someone with a more recent version (I have one, actually, but I couldn't tell you whether it supports Intel) to upgrade the source and recompile. I've also considered rewriting it in Cocoa, though I doubt I'll ever put myself up to it.
That being said, I don't currently have access to the source. That computer is at home (13 hours away), where I won't be for another couple months, and has no monitor attached. I believe my dad may also have cannibalized it for parts, though to my knowledge the hard drive is still intact. I was able to recover the source Mike (who alerted me to this thread and joked that he never gets any credit anymore) originally provided me, and he has posted it on his site: http://evula.org/inf...acePortSrc.sitx
I'm glad someone still has the release lying around (although I seem to recall a few random issues appearing in that version which I may or may not have fixed), because the only other place I have it besides that computer is my old web host, who I had a "disagreement" with regarding the strictness of their storage limit (oops) and suspended my account years ago. For all I know they've deleted it by now (and it wouldn't help with finding the source).
As soon as I find the current source (some time in May at the earliest), I'll post it. Until then, we're pretty much SOL on support for new versions of OS X.
This post has been edited by orcaloverbri9 : 20 March 2012 - 08:46 PM