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Problem restarting WingIDE after a system crash

I have an intermittent hardware problem with my Mac Pro that causes it to reboot about once a week.  The last two times this has happened, WingIDE (v6.0.5) has been open and running.  Subsequently, it won't launch (no error message if I try to "open" it from a terminal window).  The first time this happened, I downloaded a fresh copy, and finally got _it_ to launch.  This has now happened again and I'd like to avoid having to download again.  I assume there is an application support file someplace that needs to be deleted (or something similar).  I'd appreciate any thoughts or help you could offer.When I search the system log I find:  wing-internal-python[895]: assertion failed: 16G29: libxpc.dylib + 35110 [BF896DF0-D8E9-31A8-A4B3-01120BFEEE52]: 0x20Thanks,Bill Wing

Problem restarting WingIDE after a system crash

I have an intermittent hardware problem with my Mac Pro that causes it to reboot about once a week.  The last two times this has happened, WingIDE (v6.0.5) has been open and running.  Subsequently, it won't launch (no error message if I try to "open" it from a terminal window).  The first time this happened, I downloaded a fresh copy, and finally got _it_ to launch.  This has now happened again and I'd like to avoid having to download again.  I   I assume there is an application support file someplace that needs to be deleted (or something similar).  I'd appreciate any thoughts or help you could offer.When I search the system log I find:  wing-internal-python[895]:  

wing-internal-python[895]: assertion failed: 16G29: libxpc.dylib + 35110 [BF896DF0-D8E9-31A8-A4B3-01120BFEEE52]: 0x20Thanks,Bill 0x20

Thanks,

Bill Wing

Problem restarting WingIDE after a system crash

I have an intermittent hardware problem with my Mac Pro that causes it to reboot about once a week.  The last two times this has happened, WingIDE (v6.0.5) has been open and running.  Subsequently, it won't launch (no error message if I try to "open" it from a terminal window).  The first time this happened, I downloaded a fresh copy, and finally got _it_ to launch.  This has now happened again and I'd like to avoid having to download again.   I assume there is an application support file someplace that needs to be deleted (or something similar).  I'd appreciate any thoughts or help you could offer.When I search the system log I find:  

wing-internal-python[895]: assertion failed: 16G29: libxpc.dylib + 35110 [BF896DF0-D8E9-31A8-A4B3-01120BFEEE52]: 0x20

Thanks,

Bill Wing