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Standalone compiling problems – 10.5?

March 7, 2008 | 3:30 pm

I tried last night to compile a standalone which I’ve compiled
approximately 1, 000, 000 times before, and have been met with a long
series of very lengthy crash reports. As far as I can tell, something
in the compiler is trying to install every framework on my computer,
and I sometimes wind up with 1 gig+ .mxf files. Naturally, little
dinky tests compile fine, and I can compile all of the modules that
make up my patch, but not the whole thing at once. I did a super-
clean Max reinstall, no third-party objects aside a couple of Lobjects
which are up to date, and I’m stumped. The only difference I can
think of since I compiled this a few weeks ago is an upgrade to 4.5.
Anyone have any light to throw on this? Im happy to send crashlogs,
but they’re big.

10.5.2, Max 4.6, Jitter 1.6.3

thanks,

M


March 8, 2008 | 3:46 pm

This is just a hunch but do you have something included in your file preferences which may be looking for objects elsewhere on your computer? I’ve only started compiling my own apps recently so maybe this has nothing to do with anything.

Hope this helps.


March 8, 2008 | 10:55 pm

I have noticed that if you build a standalone and try and replace an previous build it crashes on 10.5.2. the solution is to delete the previous version or build in a different place.

oli


March 10, 2008 | 1:37 pm

that’s been the case for a long time for me at least, so I never try
doing that. Definitely not the problem….

On Mar 8, 2008, at 23:55, Oliver Larkin wrote:

>
> I have noticed that if you build a standalone and try and replace an
> previous build it crashes on 10.5.2. the solution is to delete the
> previous version or build in a different place.
>
> oli
> –
> original plugins and stuff for max: http://www.olilarkin.co.uk


March 10, 2008 | 1:38 pm

outside of my usual content paths, no.

On Mar 8, 2008, at 16:46, Andrew Roth wrote:

>
> This is just a hunch but do you have something included in your file
> preferences which may be looking for objects elsewhere on your
> computer? I’ve only started compiling my own apps recently so maybe
> this has nothing to do with anything.
>
> Hope this helps.


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