Nov 14, 2006 at 9:02pm
Sooooo, I have been trying my hand at developing Java classes for Max and have run into a problem compiling my files. This is probably a relatively easy question to answer, yet I can’t figure it out. All I am trying to do is do a simple post when the mxj object revieces a bang. When compiling the code produced, through the quickie class, I get errors in the compile window as well as errors in the consol.
CreateProcess: “C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javaclassestest.java” -classpath “C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javalibjitter.jar;C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javalibjode-1.1.2-pre-embedded.jar;C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javalibmax.jar;C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javaclasses\” “C:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Cycling ’74javaclassestest.java” error=193
See Max console for stack trace.
The consol is giving me a whole bunch of unknown source errors. I think this is just a problem of directories. Any help would be nice, Thanks
Nov 14, 2006 at 9:32pm
Just wanted to clarify:
I have read the writing externals in java PDF and realized that I didn’t have a compiler on the computer. I now have a current version of Java and Netbeans, but I can’t figure out what I should put in the compiler command field so that it compiles correctly. Should my compiler be put in the same directory as Max? Thanks again.
Nov 14, 2006 at 9:53pm
The compiler is an executable named javac.exe. Locate it and fill in
On 11/14/06, Ryan
Nov 15, 2006 at 5:54am
This was a noob post, I must comment.
Thanks for the help – I figured it out after a close inspection of the tutorial.pdf file.
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