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cmaglie


Not fun. (Newest from git, linux64)


Try "ant clean" first.
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cmaglie


Cannot launch Due IDE 1.5.1 on OS/X (10.7.5):



Just downloaded a few minutes ago.


Nick, probably you have the hardware folder populated, there is a bug that crashes the IDE (we introduced it in the last beta, due to the new Boards menu with sub-options). We are working on it.
I guess we need a more frequent release schedule.
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Nick Gammon


Nick, probably you have the hardware folder populated, there is a bug that crashes the IDE (we introduced it in the last beta, due to the new Boards menu with sub-options). We are working on it.
I guess we need a more frequent release schedule.


Er, yes. What hardware folder? You mean if I have some things like the Attiny in my Arduino default folder (for support of the other chip types) then the Due IDE won't start? I take it that is what you are saying.

I'm not particularly worried as I don't have a Due yet, I was just trying to help out with a programming question. Still, it's good to have stress testing, eh?
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

io53



Try "ant clean" first.



Thank you, it worked. :)

... but now I feel stupid. Got any ant argument for that?

cmaglie


ou mean if I have some things like the Attiny in my Arduino default folder (for support of the other chip types) then the Due IDE won't start? I take it that is what you are saying.


Exactly that.


Still, it's good to have stress testing, eh?


Of course ;)
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cmaglie


... but now I feel stupid. Got any ant argument for that?


Don't feel stupid, i got the same error when I released the windows zip for 1.5.1...

Maybe a wrong timestamp in some .java file? I really don't know...
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pak

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Nov 08, 2012, 05:57 pm Last Edit: Nov 08, 2012, 06:04 pm by pak Reason: 1
Hello dude,
      I've installed "arduino-1.5.1r2" on WInXP SP3 but I've got the problem as
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"Launch4j"
An error occurred while starting the application

please see the picture. And "javaw.exe" is still in Windows Task Manager as well.



But, "arduino-1.5" works perfectly.

Regards,
pak

aleandrogreete

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"Launch4j"
An error occurred while starting the application


Had same problem on a Win7/32bit and winXP, spent some time to figure out why.
I have an Hardware folder in my documents/arduino path that cause crash, remove it fix it. It's obviously a bug of the release 1.5.1r2 since 1.5 not have this problem and hope will be fixed soon since many users use the hardware folder to access unsupported cpu's. I didn't find the infos easily so I'm write here (even if was mentioned in this discussion just before).

pak

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I have an Hardware folder in my documents/arduino path that cause crash, remove it fix it.


Actually, I've deleted preferences.txt under %appdata%\Arduino directory. That will solve the problem.

Thanks anyway and still waiting for Arduino Due in Singapore.

Regards,
pak

alvesjc

Hi!.

I'm running 1.5.1r2 and I'm having one annoying problem.

I often loose the debug information during compiling. I get a message saying that I've errors, but it doesn't point me to where the error is.

I fix this buy deleting the preferences.txt and then running the IDE1.01 to build the preferences.txt again.

After this, It works again in IDE 1.5.1r2.

But, after a while, i get again with same problem.

Anyone having this issue?
www.aqualedsource.com

alvesjc

Hi!

No one else with this problem?
www.aqualedsource.com

cmaglie

alvesjc,

I can't reproduce it, can you post a working and a non-working preference.txt?
Maybe this can give us some hints to reproduce your issue


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alvesjc

Hi cmaglie.

This is the currently not working preferences.txt.

I'm having the issue now and can't fix it anymore in the same way I did before.

Thank you for your attention.

File attached.
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alvesjc

Hi again.

Please find attached a working preferences.txt

This time, the only way to make it work again, was by compiling IDE all over again.

By the way, Some files were missing after compiling in this folder:

hardware\tools\g++_arm_none_eabi\bin

Shouldn't all be there after compiling?
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joker




Try "ant clean" first.



Thank you, it worked. :)

... but now I feel stupid. Got any ant argument for that?



You are not alone! I was stuck there for two days, before finding this post. Thanks a lot cmaglie for the trick!
My config is:
Arduino 1.5.1r2 (co-resident with Arduino 1.0.3)
Windows XP SP3, running on a Compaq NC6000

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