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BIRTReportGenerator fails in 19.1.x

This BIRTReportGenerator failure in MacOS with Fortify 19.1.x,



10:17:27 + "/XXX/fortify/bin/BIRTReportGenerator" -format "PDF" -source "XXX.fpr" -template "OWASP Top 10" --SecurityIssueDetails -searchQuery "file:!**/*.plist file:!**/node_modules/**/* file:!**/dojo/**/* file:!**/generated/**/* file:!**/nuget.config" -output "XXX.pdf"
10:17:27 /XXX/fortify/bin/BIRTReportGenerator: line 80: /XXX/fortify/bin/../Core/private-bin/awb/eclipse/Auditworkbench.app/Contents/MacOS/eclipse: No such file or directory


can be worked around by running a shell script after installing Fortify (I tested only a part of this script),


# Fix up the 0600 permission on fortify.license
chmod 0644 "${froot}/fortify.license" || :

# Fix up the 0644 permission on eclipse
cd "${froot}"
for app in Auditworkbench CustomRulesEditor ; do
  # The 18.20 installer has symlinks from "${app}" to "Core/private-bin/awb/eclipse/${app}.app"
  # The 19.1 installer has directories "${app}.app".
  if [[ -d "${app}.app" ]] && ! [[ -L "${app}.app" ]] ; then
    # Making a symlink will result in launch failures (signal 11 
    # when starting the apps and a missing "companion shared 
    # library" for BIRT).
    # This duplicates files as a work-around.
    cp -a "${app}.app" "Core/private-bin/awb/eclipse/${app}.app"
cd -
find "${froot}" -name eclipse -type f -exec ls -al "{}" +
find "${froot}" -name eclipse -type f -exec chmod 0755 "{}" +





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