[sharing is for sissies] Mobject Librarian

Feb 9, 2009 at 1:54am

[sharing is for sissies] Mobject Librarian

I read someone was actually still using matsui. For those who don’t know. It’s an object which organizes other objects into columns or rows, moves them around, and keeps them pretty. Think Mixer channels or sequencer tracks.

I have a much better version of the max object librarian here if anyone wants to use it. It’s VERY useful, stable (I think) and all together good craic.

You’re a sissy…. SISSY!
-matt

PsuedoPS

I am using local eclipse versions of my java. It’s interfering with my cycling74/java/classes version of the same object. So… If there is any weirdness let me know.

#42194
Feb 9, 2009 at 1:06pm

> I am using local eclipse versions of my java. It’s interfering with my
> cycling74/java/classes version of the same object. So… If there is any
> weirdness let me know.

Some problems with the name of the class I think Matt – haven’t dug into it
yet, but the help file is expecting matt.MobjLibrarian, and the class
doesn’t have the “matt.” – tried changing the help file to just refer to the
object without the matt. Prefix but that didn’t help either.

Thanks,
Dan

Dan Nigrin – Defective Records
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#150939
Feb 9, 2009 at 7:32pm

Quote: Dan Nigrin wrote on Mon, 09 February 2009 05:06
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> Some problems with the name of the class I think Matt – haven’t dug into it
> yet, but the help file is expecting matt.MobjLibrarian, and the class
> doesn’t have the “matt.” – tried changing the help file to just refer to the
> object without the matt. Prefix but that didn’t help either.

I was going to mention this, since non-Java gurus probably wouldn’t realize how to properly install these files…

You need to create a folder called “matt” under Cycling ’74/java/classes and put the .class file there. Package names in java classes translate to the folder path on the filesystem.

#150940
Feb 9, 2009 at 7:52pm

> You need to create a folder called “matt” under Cycling ’74/java/classes and
> put the .class file there. Package names in java classes translate to the
> folder path on the filesystem.

Thanks – nice object!

Dan


Dan Nigrin – Defective Records
202 Hack / PC-1600 User / VSTi Host / Jack OS X / Major Malfunction
http://defectiverecords.com

http://jackosx.com

#150941
Feb 9, 2009 at 7:58pm

BTW I avoid the package/folder confusion by packing things up in a .jar file, which simply needs to be dropped in java/lib. Matt, might want to consider that for any public mxj objects.

I agree with Dan, nice object. And I am not a sissy :P

#150942
Feb 10, 2009 at 2:08am

Absolutely! I just pulled the file out of an eclipse project which is oh… 400 classes and growing fast. I’ve always found the hardest part of languages is figuring out how it relates to your file system. I’ll look up how to do it this evening and reupload

#150943
Feb 10, 2009 at 7:02am

Hi, you don’t need to put it in C74/java/classes

just create a “matt” folder beside the help file, put the .class in it.

leo

#150944

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