However, since the release of macOS High Sierra, John Hansen's excellent NeXT Tool is no longer functional (the program no longer displays the icons for various functions).
At minimum, I needed a File Download, Delete and Execute tool to manipulate the NXT file system.
Consequently I've written a NXT File Manager Tool in python based on the nxt_filer tool from nxt-python.
NXT File Manager is not meant as a total replacement for NeXT Tool. It is based on python 2.7.x and Gtk+ 3, and needs nxt-python https://github.com/Eelviny/nxt-python to be installed.
The tool has only been tested on macOS Sierra and High Sierra, but I presume it would be easy to port to other platforms since it uses Gtk+ 3.
You can get the nxtfilemgr tool from https://github.com/tcwan/nxos-armdebug/ ... nxtfilemgr
N.B.: I don't recommend using pyfantom and Fantom driver to interface with the NXT anymore as it is 32-bit only and will no longer work in future. pyusb/libusb works well for macOS Sierra/High Sierra.
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