Noah Sager

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Recent posts by Noah Sager

I *was* going to say to type "/usr/bin/open Terminal" in Terminal, but then I realized that wouldn't help.
15 years ago
In most OS X apps, doing cmd-~ (command-tilde) will cycle the windows. That's generally the adopted shortcut for cycling windows in OS X. I use that combo all the time myself.
15 years ago
Listen to Rob. He knows what he's talking about.
15 years ago
I would also recommend taking a look into 4D. It scales much better than FileMaker. FM is really only good for small projects. But on small projects, FM is really nice.
15 years ago
<evil laugh>IT'S ALIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE!!!</evil laugh>
Thank you so much Simon. That's been the problem all along. The book said NOTHING about jarring the classes, even for the PC.
Now I can code and run my assignments at home. Thanks so much, guys.
And thank you Rob and Bear for helping out.
Noah
15 years ago
I did all you said, and the same thing happens:

Oh, and just to verify I have the files in the right place, here's an ls:

That's just truncated "/Library/Java/Extensions/avi"
[ August 28, 2003: Message edited by: Noah Sager ]
15 years ago
Yeah. They all start with that. Take Audio.class as an example:

If I have them in the right place, and it starts with "package avi", then why isn't it working? The example I'm trying to compile and run is directly off the included CD. As are those class files.
15 years ago
Yeah. The classes are in /Library/Java/Extensions/avi/
Noah
15 years ago
I appologize that I am utterly new at this. They come in an "AVI" folder and code that uses them has an import statement that says "import avi.*"
I assume that's what you're speaking of.
I'll try putting them in ~/Library/Java/Extensions/ and see what happens.
Update:
Still no go. javac doesn't seem to see those files, based on the error code:

[ August 28, 2003: Message edited by: Noah Sager ]
15 years ago

The audio-visual interface [avi] Package
You are advised to store the avi package on your C drive (or equivalent), in the folder avi.
Set the class path of the autoexec file in a Microsoft Windows-based system to set CLASSPATH=.;c:\
The avi directory contains the following nine files that each represent a class.


It then goes on to give docs about these nine class files:
Audio.class
Window.class
Memo.class
RadioButtons.class
Timer.class
Slider.class
CheckBoxes.class
FilmStrip.class
DialogBox.class

Noah
15 years ago
I'm about to start my Java class in a week or so and the book we are using is making us use these premade "AVI" class files that as far as I know, act as an easy way to use AWT. Anyways, they include instructions on where to put them on a PC (in the root directory and then modify autoexec.bat) but I have absolutly no idea where to put them on my Mac running 10.2.6.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Noah
15 years ago