On 19/08/12 12:40, Brad Rogers wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Aug 2012 11:48:53 +0100
> doug <dougrb@...> wrote:
> Hello doug,
>> (1) Filenames can't begin with a capital letter (demo
>> examples in the geneaquilt folder that begin with capitals
>> also crash).
> Even with that change, the program complains about the file not being in
> the correct format here.
> Console output is;
> java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/brad/sourcecode/geneaquilt-1.0.4/data/chaune.ged (No such file or directory)
> at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
> at java.io.FileInputStream.<init>(FileInputStream.java:137)
> at java.io.FileInputStream.<init>(FileInputStream.java:96)
> at geneaquilt.io.GEDReader.load(GEDReader.java:59)
> at geneaquilt.GeneaQuilt.load(GeneaQuilt.java:445)
> at geneaquilt.GeneaQuilt.access$3(GeneaQuilt.java:430)
> at geneaquilt.GeneaQuilt$17.run(GeneaQuilt.java:393)
> at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:679)
> 2012-08-19 12:36:38,189 [Thread-3] ERROR geneaquilt.GeneaQuilt -
> Couldn't read the network
> I'm using openjdk rather than Sun's JVM on Debian Testing.
AFAICT I'm also using openjdk.
But sorry, I'd forgotten I also had initial problems, if I
remember rightly similar to yours.
It seemed to relate to the geneaquilt folder being too
deeply buried in the directory structure, so I moved it to
the topmost level,
and then ran it with the command
java -Xmx512m -jar geneaquilt/geneaquilt-1.0.4.jar
If you try to run any of the demo xxx.lyr files it complains
they're in the wrong format. No other format than .ged seems
to be recognised.
So you need to put or link your .ged file into
then to display it, navigate to
and open it.
Geneaquilt creates a corresponding your_family_tree.lyr file
on the fly in