Yes, I have read it, thank you. I turned to install Carabiner because I can't use Link after I did a new install of tidalcycles ( 1.9.4) I also did an update of Haskell. I don't know what's going on. This is what my Haskell troubleshoot looks like:
It seems like I have the same issue. In my opinion, there's a problem with OS versions above Ventura. When I tried to use Link in Sonoma, it didn't work, so I downgraded to Ventura, but again only Link wasn't functioning. Eventually, when I downgraded to Monterey, Link started working properly. (There was no difference in the process of installing Tidalcycles)
I'll also attach the link to the question I posted regarding this.
I am indeed trying to install it on Sonoma. Thanks for sharing your process, it will save me a few hours of installation. It occurs to me that perhaps there are specific versions of Haskell and Tidal that do work with recent macOS versions and Silicon computers? This is a bit beyond my knowledge.
Ah but it's not necessarily the fact that it's a silicon computer... you managed to make Link work on another system.
It would help for troubleshooting if everyone could be very specific about the release version numbers of GHC, Cabal, etc. they are using, how they installed them (e.g. ghcup or otherwise,) how they installed Tidal, and whether or not they are using (Rosetta) x86 or ARM versions of them.
FWIW, IIRC GHC 9.2.2 is too old for running the Link integration.