building plugin projects on macOS Monterey used to work, as long as one uses the older Xcode version 13.2.1 to avoid build errors about deprecated function calls in the MAXON API.
Today, after some time, I tried to build again, and noticed that all builds (all frameworks, too) fail, because "Run Source Processor" build phase can't run. Supposedly, the "python" command cannot be found:
I read up on the internet, and it seems that "python" was only for Python 2.x. Why the problem occurs just now, and not earlier, is a mystery to me. Still using Xcode 13.2.1, and still having Python 3.9 and 3.10 installed. Nothing has changed, except that I updated from R25.117 to R25.120, which did not cause any problems on any other machine here.
In an article I read, it was suggested that creating a symlink "python" that points to "python3" would solve the problem. In deed, after creating a symlink, I can call "python" in the Terminal. But plugin builds in Xcode still fail, just with more and different errors:
The same projects build fine on both my other Macs (none of which runs Monterey, by the way), and my Windows PC.
Regenerating all project files for frameworks and plugin using the Project Tool didn't change anything. Reinstalling Python (tried both, the installer from their website, and via homebrew) also did not help.
Are there any solutions to this?