Every time I use lime or openfl, they print a few “Could not link to neko.” errors. Nothing else to the warning, they just print that among the rest of the output, along with some text like this:
Called from lime/_internal/backend/native/NativeCFFI.hx line 609 Called from lime/system/CFFI.hx line 172 Called from lime/system/CFFI.hx line 306 Uncaught exception - Could not find NekoAPI interface. Could not link to neko.
It does not make the program fail, and most things work correctly. The only problem is when I try to
lime test neko something, lime doesn’t run the program, which is annoying for testing.
It seems clear to me that lime is unable to find neko, but it is installed on my machine, and on the path. I use macos with haxe and neko installed from homebrew, and it usually works.
My question is, how does lime look for neko and how can I force it to find it in a certain place, then? Or is the issue completely different?