mxj [quickie] not working — for a certain file
[quickie] works fine to open an existing .java file, called Storage.java. However, if I make a copy of that file, called StorageCopy.java, put it in the same folder, and try to use [quickie] to open the copy, I get a slew of recursion errors to the Max window, and then either nothing happens or Max crashes. The same problem happens whenever I try to create a new file from scratch, by giving [quickie] the name of a file that does not exist.
Following are the errors I get. Any ideas? Does this mean anything to anyone?
Warning: you have multiple files in your search path with the name slider.svg
using this file: Macintosh HD:/Users/dopethatwantscash/Documents/MINE/music/_to file/writing C externals for Max/MaxSDK-5.1.1/examples/jslider/slider.svg
at java.util.zip.ZipFile.open(Native Method)
[... the above line appears a few hundred times ...]
A year ago, someone named Danny seemed to have a similar problem:
While the error I’m getting is similar, I can’t apply any of the advice he got to what I’m doing. He was building in a separate IDE, and so there’s a lot of talk about moving various library files to his
Any help will be very much appreciated,
Also, in case it’s relevant, (1) I recently installed Max for Live and XCode, and (2)
when I start [quickie] the following prints to the Max window:
MXJ System CLASSPATH:
Jitter 1.7.0 installed
Jitter Java support installed
I reinstalled. The problem seems to have gone away. Thanks for whatever help may have been forthcoming :)