gslender wrote:Also, there is no concept of "remove plugin" for folks that don't wish to use, or someone does something buggy etc.
LT401Vette wrote:One thing that might be getting you is a 64 bit vs 32 bit JRE.. You do need to have the right RXTX driver in place for what ever JRE starts it. When starting by the exe, it is a 32 bit exe so it will invoke the 32 bit JRE and so I have the 32 bit RXTX driver in there. By Double clicking it can start in 64 bit mode if you have a 64 bit JRE installed, or if you are running it from eclipse while it is running on a 64 bit JDK. Then you can just move the 64 bit RXTX driver in place. That is how most of my development is done, 64 bit win7 on a 64 bit jre
LT401Vette wrote:Try running it from a command prompt with that command, then if you are running a 64 bit JRE and it complains, move the RXTX driver from the dir"
move it into the [TunerStudioInstallDir]
Then you should be able to double click the jar.
TunerStudio 1.34 started on Sun Apr 08 08:20:16 EST 2012
JRE 1.6.0_23, Windows 7 6.1, x86
Look:Windows Classic, ClassName:'com.sun.java.swing.plaf.windows.WindowsClassicLookAndFeel'
Setting Look & Feel to:com.sun.java.swing.plaf.nimbus.NimbusLookAndFeel
WARNING: RXTX Version mismatch
Jar version = RXTX-2.2pre1
native lib Version = RXTX-2.1-7
8/04/12 8:20:17 AM :Info: Initialized RXTX driver: 39ms.
8/04/12 8:20:17 AM ebug: Loading Plugin from ExampleTunerStudioPlugin.jar
LT401Vette wrote:Do you mean 1.40 or 1.39?
1.39 did break the api. A new method was added to the ApplicationPlugin interface for the plugin to report the required specification. This method is called by TS so to help TS maintain backward compatibility going forward.
The examples and code where updated last week when 1.39 went out. You can get them here:
http://tunerstudio.com/index.php/manual ... io-plugins
I'm expecting a lot of enhancements to the plugin api, and intend to keep backward compatibility once this release is promoted to stable.
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