I also posted this in the jitter subforum as a follow up on a different question, however the people interested in this topic would probably be here, also for building the knowledge database.
What am I doing wrong here?
myfile = new File(filename, "read");
newName = new String(myfile.filename);
newName = newName.substring(0, newName.length – 4) + "_x.avi";
newFile = new File(location + newName, "readwrite", myfile.filetype);
while (myfile.eof < = myfile.position)
There is probably a fundamental flaw in the while loop or the filetype, however I can not see my mistake.
On 02-avr.-07, at 20:10, Maarten Zeinstra wrote:
> while (myfile.eof < = myfile.position)
Shouldn’t it be the other way round?
Centre de Recherches et de Formation Musicales de Wallonie
Yes you are absolutely right, I found that one out also.
However when I run the script the file gets copied ok, however Max crashes afterwards. Is there more stuff wrong here?
With a simple script you can copy the file to a different location and have more control over the copy. using launchbrowser I can execute it, I think haven’t tested that part yet..
So thanks for your help. If you would like to take a look at the bash file you can mail me. I will not post it here because of the file alteration I also do.