#93 Misleading error message

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2011-05-21
2011-05-21
Anonymous
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1. I have downloaded JSmooth, and, installed it however, I am a bit puzzled by the attached warning (scr.jpg), since java is installed (cli.log).

2. Moreover having browsed through the user documentation, it is not clear how to compile a Windows executable from a JAR file, or CLASS files, whilst this would be expected to be in a wizard fashion if possible.

3. An NDR was returned when sending an email to the person in the About dialog:
Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

reyes@charabia.net

Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 554 554 5.7.1 <reyes@charabia.net>: Relay access denied (state 14).

4. The source code downloaded does not seem to have documentation that is readily understandeable within the \docs sub-directory, and, the
instructions on how to compile the source code is complicated to myself, hence, step by step instructions would appreciated over an overview of programs that can be used (e.g. using a GCC compiler without specifying what commands to run and what files to use as parameters for example.

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    Anonymous - 2011-05-21

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  • Filip Lipski

    Filip Lipski - 2011-06-22

    Hi there,

    At first, you cannot compile executables out of jar files.
    What jSmooth does, is to WRAP the jar file in an executable or to launch an external jar file.

    The shown "error message" is actually no error, but a message that will be display IN CASE the JVM cannot be found on the computer trying to execute the already created executable file.

    Regards,
    Filip

     

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