not impressed: first no jitlib.dll, now no cg.dll and I dont even want to use Jitter at all, please


    Jul 24 2006 | 2:58 pm
    Hi
    I have just been through three hours of going around in circles,
    installing Jitter, uninstalling max, reinstalling max, re installing
    jitter, trying to make sure I have the jitlib.dll, then once that is in
    place, when I now go to build my Max-MSP standalone, I'm told that it
    needs cg.dll.
    I have no idea wher to install the cg.dll. I have my own Java 3d system
    working totally fine, and very reliable: I realy dont want to go
    installing any new video software.
    NOw I am realy stuck!
    It seems that as soon as I install jitlib then it wantrs cg, then it needs
    cg intalled in correct locations,,
    Could someone from Cycling 74 please help me out here?
    I am needing to build a standalone app that I can place in the start up
    folder so that the gallery staff can just turn on the computer to get the
    show going. Unfi=ortunately, getting them to drag docs around on the
    desktop is not a very desirable option.
    How should I uninstall everyrging and start again from scratch, and still
    be able to build a standalone??
    In desperation
    --
    George Khut
    Mobile 0417 566 425
    Office: 9698 7235

    • Jul 24 2006 | 4:41 pm
    • Jul 24 2006 | 5:54 pm
      On Jul 24, 2006, at 9:41 AM, jose manuel berenguer wrote:
      > anyway, as this is a quite trivial question, i can tell you that
      > if you weren't using jitter, the standalone never would ask you for
      > this librairies...
      I would just like to confirm what Jose said--i.e. that you *must* be
      including some Jitter objects in your standalone, or else it would
      not complain about these libraries.
      -Joshua
    • Jul 25 2006 | 9:40 pm
      Phew what a whiny post.
      Heres an include file... you big baby.
      //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      open thispatcher
      include "C:/Program Files/Cycling '74/MaxMSP 4.5/support/js32mt.dll"
      include "C:/Program Files/Cycling '74/MaxMSP 4.5/support/js32.dll"
      include "C:/Program Files/Cycling '74/MaxMSP 4.5/support/jitlib.dll"
      include "C:/Program Files/Cycling '74/MaxMSP 4.5/support/cgGL.dll"
      include "C:/Program Files/Cycling '74/MaxMSP 4.5/support/cg.dll"
      //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      Give or take one .dll, I use that and my jitter collectives work fine. If you're using javascript stuff that'll cover that too....