Standalone – problem with jitter

Mar 15, 2006 at 10:35pm

Standalone – problem with jitter

Hello,

I have read the archive about exporting and making a standalone containing the jitter libraries but I can’t seem to get right or there is a tiny detail that I didn’t get.

Here is what I did (I’m on OSX.4 / latest version of Max/MSP and Jitter) :

After exporting the standalone from Max/MSP, I went to “the application”>macos>content>support folder

Then I dropped a copy of my movie inside, the jitlib and the jitter-externals folder.

When I open the application on a mac that doesn’t have Max/MSP/Jitter installed, it opens the patch but seems to have problems to open any of the jit libraries (jit.movie ; jit.lcd; …).

Any suggestion ?

Thank you,

Nicolas Marechal
MSc student in Electronc Imaging
DJCAD – Dundee University – UK

#24904
Mar 15, 2006 at 10:49pm

Please read *closely* the Appendix D from the Jitter manual. The
location of jitlib should be {Package}/Contents/MacOS/jitlib. It
*must* be in that folder, and cannot be in the support folder like
the externs.

-Joshua

#72665
Mar 15, 2006 at 11:10pm

Thanks for your quick answer Joshua !

But there is *no* Appendix D in the Jitter manual and no other information on how to create a standalone.

To resume :

1. create a jitlib folder inside {Package}/Contents/MacOS/
2. Put the jitlib inside
3. Put the jitter-externals folder and the movie inside the support folder

Would it be correct ?

Thanks again !

Nicolas

#72666
Mar 15, 2006 at 11:22pm

On Mar 15, 2006, at 11:10 PM, Nicolas Marechal wrote:

> But there is *no* Appendix D in the Jitter manual and no other
> information on how to create a standalone.

Please download the latest Jitter Installer which has the Appendix D
documentation.

> To resume :
>
> 1. create a jitlib folder inside {Package}/Contents/MacOS/
> 2. Put the jitlib inside
> 3. Put the jitter-externals folder and the movie inside the support
> folder
>

*NO* Folder. Simply place the file jitlib inside {Package}/Contents/
MacOS/. It cannot be in a sub-folder.

The jitter externals necessary actually will be included by your
collective, unless they are ones which are only instantiated from
Java or JS, in which case you need to put them in the {Package}/
Contents/MacOS/support folder.

This material is also covered in the mailing list archives.

Let us know if you still experience troubles.

-Joshua

#72667

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