The other day MultiMarkdown Composer started crashing on launch, and I can’t get it to stop. (The app appears in the dock and then immediately crashes again.)
I have tried:
Deleting the app and reinstalling it
Deleted files and folders:
- ~/Library/Application Support/MultiMarkdown Composer/
open -F -a 'MultiMarkdown Composer'
- -F Opens the application "fresh," that is, without restoring windows. Saved persistent state is lost, except for Untitled documents.
Trying to app in a separate user account works, so it has to be something related to my user account, but I can’t figure out what.
The developer looked at the crash logs and they indicate that it’s trying to read a file when it starts up, but the logs don’t show which file.
So I am trying to find out what files/folders are being accessed when the app is being launched, thinking that might lead to a solution.
What tools are available to do that, and how should I use them?
sudo fs_usage -w -f pathname -f filesys but that didn’t appear to show anything useful.
Any other ideas?
(This is on Mac OS X 10.8.5)