Update, 22 Sep 2021: The beta referred to in the post is now released as PopClip 2021.9.
Those of you testing the betas of macOS Monterey may have discovered some PopClip extensions missing, and the message Cannot Install Extension […] No such executable file: /usr/bin/php when trying to install them.
To get the missing extensions back:
PopClip betalatest version of PopClip (2021.9).
Install the updated extensions:
This list isn’t finished yet - there are more to come.1
More info, for the curious
This happens because macOS Monterey does not ship with the PHP scripting language runtime, which some extensions need.
This PopClip update is now available
to download as a beta here as version 2021.9 . Once you are running the beta, you can install the new extensions listed at the top of this post.
My to-do list of PHP extensions that need porting to JS includes
Append, Base64Encode, Bitly, Brackets, Calculate, Convert, Droplr, HTMLEncode, Hyphenate, OnlineDictionary, Pinboard, Quiver, Quotes, Readwise, Reverse, ShortenLink, Shuffle, Slack, Sort, TaskPaper, TimeStamp, Todoist, Underscore, UnixTime, URLEncode. ↩
The macOS 10.15 release notes state: “Scripting language runtimes such as Python, Ruby, and Perl are included in macOS for compatibility with legacy software. Future versions of macOS won’t include scripting language runtimes by default, and might require you to install additional packages.” ↩