I unzipped the directory, and the app couldn't be opened. So, after some googling, I changed the internal application to executable chmod +x ezUsbSuite.app/Contents/MacOS/*
After that, I went to preferences to enable opening the app even though the developer wasn't recognized.
After that it simply did not open.
using from the command line "open ./ezUsbSuite.app" (inside the same directory) gives LSOpenURLsWithRole() failed with error -10810.
I want to do development on the Mac for this, and will possibly deploy on the mac.
Any help will be appreciated.
I hate replying to my own post, but here goes for the ones who are having this same problem.
1) fix the executable from a terminal. run the command line command: chmod +x ezUsbSuite.app/Contents/MacOS/*
2) download the se6 runtime from Apple and install: Download Java for OS X 2017-001
3) create a shell script. I call it runezUsbSuiteApp.sh. make it executable with chmod +x . It has the following two lines in it:
/Users/maxfield/cypress/eclipse/ezUsbSuite.app/Contents/MacOS/ezUsbSuite ; exit;
4) to execute the ezUSBSuite, you have to then run a terminal in the directory and type: ./runezUsbSuiteApp.sh
This can be fixed by Cypress so we don't have to do this. Not sure if USB 3.0 support has visibility.
To make it easier to open, do the following:
Inside Applications->Utilities, open "Script Editor"
add the following line, replacing "username" with your username, and "cypress" with the directory you put the application in:
do shell script "/Users/username/cypress/eclipse/runezUsbSuiteApp.sh"
select "save as" (or in the case of sierra) "export" and save as an application. Name it anything you like , I called it ezUsbSuite1.app.
You can then double click on it to run your application.