Trialling 64 bit build in Cocoa, I found one control that gave me a syntax error on ‘Name’ property
Removed the control and built, I get Compiler Error on line 2 and then on line 4, after which it shuts up, compiles, and runs.
Where can I find out what it considers to be ‘Line 2’ ?
And whats the problem?
a ton more detail is required otherwise we’re all guessing
what kind of project
what kind of control
what code have you got in it
can you reproduce this in a small sample
what kind of project …very large multi window
what kind of control … no idea… line 2 tells me nothing
what code have you got in it …thousands of rows…which one is line 2?
can you reproduce this in a small sample …THAT I can help with… no, i can’t.
does the compiler do detailed logs when it errors?
what kind of project ? desktop web console ?
whats the message in the bottom error messages pane ?
without details no one can help as we’d be guessing
Its desktop , and I know without details its guesswork. Sorry.
Im short on details, the bottom pane is empty.
Mostly want to know if anyone else is seeing this
I get compiler error (11) Error found while compiling on line 4 , followed by compiler error (2)
I haven’t yet found a list of what error 11 or 2 mean
And I can’t tell what line 4 means in a Xojo project because every method starts the numbering anew.
Edit: Actually I just noticed this happen in the 32BIT build.
Happens on both 32 and 64 bit compiles.
Do you have a Build Script set up or running an IDE Script some other way?
I’ll probably have a script installed by AppWrapper…
[code] Dim App As String = CurrentBuildLocation + “/”"" + CurrentBuildAppName + “.app”""
Call DoShellCommand("/usr/bin/defaults write " + App + “/Contents/Info ““NSHighResolutionCapable”” YES”)
If BuildMacMachOx86 then
// Xojo build script; created with App Wrapper 3 3.3.2 (130) - ©2014 Ohanaware Co., Ltd.
// Script built: 23 May 2015 @ 17:29:04
// Script Format: 0013
// EDITING THIS FILE IS A FUTILE TASK AS APP WRAPPER WILL OVER WRITE IT
So it looks like this BuildMacMachOx86 line is the culprit…
Compiles fine without the build script. Progress! Thanks Paul…
FWIW, App Wrapper 3.4.3 seems to be the latest version.
I have 3.4.3 but didn’t recreate the script after installing
It now uses ‘if BuildMac’
Working my way through the niggles one by one…
Hi Jeff, sorry about this, shortly after Greg notified me that the old constant was going away, I updated App Wrapper. It’s a good idea to keep App Wrapper up to date as I’m constantly working on it. 3.5 will be released next week.