From: Christopher Smith <csmith@bl...> - 2002-10-25 10:32:11
Christopher Smith writes:
>I hope that answering this will be a bit less vexing than having to ask
>while I can send output to the screen I cannot get a program to accept
>input from the keyboard. Does anyone know what might be wrong with my
Thanks to http://www.cse.ucsc.edu/~whitmore/CSHWmac/bjava.html I found the
you have to tell JBindery to redirect the stdin to the MESSAGE WINDOW
instead of null.
I now have console input, sigh. Maybe this could be added to the MacOS
directions...though now I see that it *is* in the screen shot. It just
wasn't listed as a direction (like "make sure that the stdin is set to be
Message Window and not NULL")
From: Bill Dozier <wddozier@ma...> - 2002-10-26 21:41:19
I don't know why the "can't write cache file" messages messages are
coming, but the lack of output is probably because you didn't do the
stdout/stdinboxes stuff in JBindery.
Also, I have written the website maintainers at least twice that the
stuff there about JPythonRunner, etc. is obsolete, but it's still
there. Ignore it.
On Thursday, October 24, 2002, at 05:14 PM, Christopher Smith wrote:
> I typed a vertical "pipe" on the last line after the ">>>" prompt to
> that the cursor is there. The problem is, when I press the keyboard
> nothing happens...nothing is echoed to the screen. This problem even
> exists in the most primitive java program that I write: while I can
> output to the screen I cannot get a program to accept input from the
> keyboard. Does anyone know what might be wrong with my
> I also don't know why I am gettin gthe "can't write cache file"
> above, but on another system where I didn't get those messages, I still
> couldn't get the keypresses to register.