If you've been running Ember 1.x and would like to migrate to Ember 2.0 (Alpha), then simply follow the steps outlined below.
Please note: If you are able to still launch Ember (some users have reported issues with running it under macOS High Sierra), then you can export your library using the "Create Library Backup" option in the Backup menu. You can then use the "Restore Library from Backup" feature in Ember 2.
If you are unable to launch Ember 1.x and would like to migrate your library manually to Ember 2 please follow the steps below.
1. Locating your Ember 1.x Library
You can find your Ember Library here:
To open this location, press "Command-Shift-G" in the Finder and copy and past the above line into the window and press "Go".
A new window should appear showing your System Library files, and more specifically the EmberLibrary folder.
2. Moving to Ember 2 (Alpha)
Once you have located your EmberLibrary, you'll notice there is another folder at a similar location for Ember 2.
Make sure neither version of Ember is running, then move the "EmberLibrary" folder from here:
Once your library has been copied or moved to the new location, you are then safe to launch Ember 2. If all has gone well you should see your Ember 1 library appear in Ember 2.
If you have any questions or issues with this procedure please get in touch and we'll do our best to help you out.