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  1. keikee

    Jet3.15MP3 won't open

    Hi shell, Thanks for your response. I ran the command GUI - LaunchPad31535.exe in the bin directory. The first time I ran it the output was: OK The second time I ran the command it output: Error: No need to patch image Attempting to launch the program now produces the following java exception: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no awt in java.library.path So, maybe I didn't get a clean compile of the JRE? Thanks again!
  2. Hi, I downloaded and installed the re-release of 3.15MP3 and neither the Jet or the JetPack executable will open. Clicking them doesn't produce any error message, the application simply fails to load. Fortunately, I had saved the previous installation of 3.15 (MP2), and I switched back to it and everything works again. Is anyone else having this problem, or am I the lucky one? I compiled MP3 against JRE1.4.2_03. MP2 was compiled against JRE1.4.1_01. System: CPU 850Mhz Windows98 256MB Ram Thanks!
  3. Going back to JRE 1.4.1_01 seemed to clear up this latest issue with the DLL's not showing up in JetPack's FileChooserList. So, apparently this is an issue with JRE 1.4.2. Everything seems to be working now. Thanks
  4. Okay, I can open JetPackII if I use a BAT file as you suggested, but there seems to be another issue. None of my external DLL's are showing up in the FileChooser list in JetPack. My program executable is there, but no DLL's appear in the list at all. The DLL's have been recompiled with JET3.15. As a matter of fact, no matter where I go in the FileChooser file tree, no DLL's are listed. In 3.11 the DLL's were available from the FileChooser list as soon as they were compiled with that version. Any idea what is causing this behavior?
  5. No such luck! I uninstalled 3.15, upgraded to JRE1.4.2, reinstalled 3.15 and I still get the same error. If I don't hear something from support by tomorrow, I guess it will be back to 3.11 and hope that it still works. How disappointing!!!!
  6. Okay, thanks! I think I'll uninstall 3.15 and then upgrade the JRE to 1.4.2 and reinstall JET. Maybe I can get it up and running sometime today!
  7. Saturn, I uninstalled 3.11 before installing 3.15. Could I ask which version of the JRE you are using? I'm using 1.4.1_01 I don't know if that has anything to do with this error or not. I suppose I could unload 3.15 and try reinstalling it. Thanks again!
  8. Saturn, I get the same error simply trying to open the GUIs for JET and JetPack, even if I don't specify a 'prj' or 'jpn' file. But thanks for your help!
  9. So, I just downloaded my customer's copy of JET3.15 and neither the JET gui or the JetPack gui will open. I get the following error: javax.help.HelpSetException: Could not parse I'm sitting here with a program ready for distribution and I can't JetPack it. I compiled the program and DLL's from my previous BAT files that I was using for v3.11, and they seem to complile fine, but as I said, I can't pack it for distribution. Does anyone have a clue what is causing this error and how to correct it, or is my only option to unload 3.15 and re-install 3.11? If so, that's a pain.
  10. keikee

    Is there any way ...

    to keep that ugly command window from popping up when 'Runtime.getRuntime().exec()' is called to run an external command in a Java program compiled with Jet? I don't get the command window when I run the class files with the 'java' or 'javaw' command. Otherwise, everything is splendid. Jet 3.0 is working great!!
  11. You can display your application icon in the title bar in Java by calling the 'setIconImage' function. For example, if you have an images directory included in your Jar file that contains the icon, try this: ClassLoader loader = this.getClass().getClassLoader(); ImageIcon ico = newImageIcon(loader.getResource("images/myico.gif")); super.setIconImage(ico.getImage()); Hope this helps!
  12. keikee

    Jet 3.0 Beta1

    Thanks for your reply, Alex. Unfortunately, I'm developing on Win98 and can't use Executable Image Optimization. I did try JetPerfect, using the 'jet.usage.list' parameter to create a usage file. The resulting binary was about 10M and wouldn't load. I've also changed the HEAP limit all over the place trying to get the app to load faster. No luck with that, either. My EXE file is about 150K and it loads a DLL of 630K (I've tried run-time and load-time for the dll). I also tried compiling them with INLINE optimization off. That resulted in much smaller binaries, but didn't help the load time. I even created a very small swing app of around 24K and it also suffers from very slow load time. It actually takes about twice as long for the binaries to load as it does for a compressed JAR file using the JVM. If there is anything else I could try, please let me know. I really like Jet and, if I could get my load times down to a reasonable level, would definately purchase Jet 3.0 when it's production ready.
  13. keikee

    Jet 3.0 Beta1

    3.0 looks very promising. I downloaded and installed the program and compiled a swing application with it. Everything worked well and the Jet graphical interface is really nice! The resulting executable runs without any errors. My only concern at this point is that application startup takes as long or longer to complete as when running the application with the JVM (15+ seconds after a fresh reboot or 4+ seconds on subsequent loads). Is the slow startup common for swing apps? Shouldn't I be seeing quicker startups with the compiled EXE file?