I’ve been running Eve (through Wine) on my Mac since around 2016 using version
EveLauncher-1104888.dmg. Of course I’ve been updating my launcher over time, but only through the launcher itself. (This is the current state of my install.)
Recently I read news that CCP will be releasing a native MacOS client and I’m really excited about its release. So, if it’s available, then my question is “What is the download link?” If it hasn’t been released, then I would like to refresh my install using the current
EveLauncher-1863399.dmg and then download all the content to my local drive.
The reason for updating is to get better performance since MacOS has changed over the period I’ve been playing Eve and there are some buggy behaviours. I should note that I have
Homebrew's version of
Wine installed as I use it for other things I do.
To do such an upgrade, I’m wondering about what I need to delete from my filesystem since Eve seems to be spread over a few folders;
/Applications ~/Library/Application Support/EVE Online ~/Library/ApplicationSupport/EVE Online ~/Documents/EVE
I’m not sure what I need to delete and what I can keep.
I’m not fussed about deleting everything and re-downloading the entire set of data files if that will have a positive effect on my install.
So, what should I delete? All the contents of the above mentioned folders or can I keep some; like the log folders in
~/Documents/EVE or the data files (which are in the
p folder? Have I missed any folders?