I’m trying to make an application-build from Max 5.1.4 on a Mac OS X 10.6.3, but when I start the app, I get this error:
(mxj) Unable to find max.jar! mxj is rendered powerless in its absence.
Unable to create JVM
I’ve tried all of the suggestions of http://www.cycling74.com/forums/topic.php?id=13080# – but I just get new errors… often it’s something about:
(mxj crossloader) dynamic classpath entry /Contents/support/classes/ does not exist.
What to do? Please help, I really need this app up and running!
I’ve located the error to the occurrence of this object (with these parameters):
[mxj net.udp.send @address 127.0.0.1 @port 54321]
I’ve tried everything, both in terms of including files in the build and manually putting files in the app-folder afterwards. Nothing seems to work.
Can’t anyone give it a try for me?
I’ve attached the very simple patch.
instead of "mxj net.udp.send" try "udpsend 127.0.0.1 54321"
Works for me
Cool. I’ll try it out.
When using the udpsend only the first word of my list is send from Max (only one arrives at the destination – where the using the mxj net.udp.send sends the whole list)…
Any ideas or suggestions? Help, please! :)
Found out myself – a [tosymbol] before the udpsend, and everything was fine! :D
you shouldn’t have to use tosymbol. sending a list/message works fine here with the help file for instance.
I have my random object in the init folder as rand.mxo. They work perfectly in Max 6.1.3 but when use them in a patch and build an application they cannot befound. I have already tried including them specifically with "include file."
Your can download them from here…
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