ssalazar at CS.Princeton.EDU
Fri Aug 25 15:39:41 EDT 2006
its okay, no Apple police here as far as i know...
One more thing that would help us diagnose the problem--could you
1.) start miniAudicle
2.) set the log level to "Info" ( ChucK menu -> Log Level -> Info )
3.) start the virtual machine
4.) copy all of the text in the console monitor into an email and
forward it here
Ideally you would see the text
[chuck]:(5:INFORM): | class 'MAUI_Element'
[chuck]:(5:INFORM): | class 'MAUI_Slider'
[chuck]:(5:INFORM): | class 'MAUI_View'
[chuck]:(5:INFORM): | class 'MAUI_Button'
[chuck]:(5:INFORM): | class 'MAUI_LED'
somewhere in the log.
In any case MAUI elements are planned for the next major Linux/
Windows miniAudicle release.
On Aug 23, 2006, at 2:09 PM, eun.sung wrote:
> i didn't dare to tell it...
> but i tried to run it on an Intel processor...but on an X86PC platform
> i hoped it could work as there's not yet this "gui-building
> feature" on
> others platform....
> Spencer Salazar a écrit :
>> the user interface elements should working--there are no special
>> requirements beyond those of miniAudicle itself. Does your machine
>> have a PowerPC or Intel processor? This issue might relate to that.
>> On Aug 22, 2006, at 4:48 AM, eun.sung at no-log.org wrote:
>>> i'm trying running miniAudicle 1.3.5 on osX.4.6
>>> as i try to launch slide01.ck, i get the following console output :
>>> [slide01.ck]:line(1): undefined type 'MAUI_Slider'...
>>> [slide01.ck]:line(1): ... in declaration ...
>>> and it gives the same with the different MAUI elements
>>> does using MAUI elements need some particular requirements?
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>>> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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