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    Anything Java...

    yeah, merry christmas and a happy new year! I've been kind of busy trying every possible workaround. Seems you can get around the leak by using an NSAutoReleasePool(I think). Now it only leaks twice at start and once at quit...so it's not too bad. I still would like to squish all the leaks...
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    Anything Java...

    Well, to finally figure out why my newest project leaked I started a new one. In this new project I went ahead and did a scaled-down version of what I need. After several hours of toying with it I decided to scrap the separate Thread I was using. I had: class Test implements Runnable /*-or-...
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    the linguistics of X

    Now that you mention it... A Betty Ford clinic for those with the IsayItWrong disease would rake it in. I suppose you'd have to rely heavily on friends and family to commit(enrole) the victims of said disease though. The X(That's a 10!) step program to saying OSX right.. 1) admit you...
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    Anything Java...

    That sucks. If there's anything I can do let me know. :) Well, I updated Nicer. Source is included now. I sort of decided against the installer package thing. It's too simple of an app to need one(besides, when I tried to make one I managed to include half my HD ;) ). see ya
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    Anything Java...

    I saw that..that's why I added in the "when I actually need to" bit. Well, now I guess I can try making an installer package myself. I just updated Nicer a bit(more optimizations, fixed the drawer size, etc). Any luck with fixing cc?
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    Anything Java...

    Sounds easy enough...I'll have to try it out sometime when I actually need to. :) Well, after searching for hours I finally found something on my NSTextView problem. It seems there's a (known?) problem with the NSScrollView/NSTextView combo in IB. It looks like I'm going to have to try...
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    Anything Java...

    I guess it means you broke Project Builder... You just followed the JavaTutorial, right? I did the first part of the tutorial and even that didn't quite work right...but it sounds like something went psycho on you. Try doing a new one... you could just add a single NSTextField, make it...
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    Anything Java...

    I have an NSTextView that leaks like crazy. I'm not sure if it's my fault or not so here's some code I used: NSTextView view; //the outlet from IB. MyConstructor() { view.setContinuousSpellCheckingEnabled(false); //not needed view.setUsesRuler(false); //again, not needed...
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    Anything Java...

    in the other thread we were trying to get an InputStream(and err) and OutputStream connected to a separate process...right? As I recall we never managed to get the outputstream connected/working and we just dropped it in favor of one-time calls. Well, I figured it out finally... class...
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    Anything Java...

    I never thought of that. Thanks..works great! :D
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    Anything Java...

    Wish I could help but that's more than I could do! :) Anyhow, since last time...I started a second project('cause the first is basically done) which requires me to keep the focus in a NSTextField after having pressed return(which fires an action). I've tried everything I can think of..any...
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    Anything Java...

    You don't have to but you might want to renice. You can find source to do that here. You'd need to call ps(look in the man for the best way) to get the PID of your process then as Ghoser777 said, "renice newval pid". As for your window problem, can't you unbuffer it in the IB>Inpector>Attributes...
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    Anything Java...

    Got the ps data in the table and am recieving clicks. I'm able to get the data under the clicks. I've just got to add the slider, buttons and a label. That was too easy! I guess it didn't quite click in my head. I owe you big time! :D
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    Anything Java...

    I get it! :D A week of awkwardness for this ease...not bad. Sure, it'll take me a bit to get fully used to it but this could almost be fun. damn you rock! I'm gonna go see if I can get this really flyin'!
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    Anything Java...

    And now I feel stupid because the IDE isn't doing what I want how I want. Every time I've tried to use an IDE it's been awkward and more of a pain than it's worth. This time is no exception. I had something like that((../Developer/Documentation/Cocoa/JavaTutorial/)JavaTutorial.pdf led) but...
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    Anything Java...

    Well, I'm impressed. You've obviously have a better grasp on these things than I do. :) As for IB giving you a handle..not quite and not that easily. I'm going to sift my way through the docs and see if I can get around having to use IB(or how to better use it). I went through the Cocoa/IB/PB...
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    Anything Java...

    I didn't think about it untill now... if you minimize it, switch apps then come back to it it locks you out. The "fix" is to switch apps again(while it's not minimized). I had reported that to Apple and forgot about it. I'm not having it do any voodoo when it recieves windowIconified or...
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    Anything Java...

    hey..thanks! I have used JavaBrowser a bit(checking for the old MRJ stuff mostly) but didn't notice the books button. you said it. I guess that's what I was trying to get at with my lil rant back in the other thread...sorry 'bout that. I didn't even think about installer scripts or...
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    changing priorities

    Thanks for the heads up but those were the docs I was talking about. They're part of the developer tools too, I think. :) I was browsing through them earlier and they look *ok* but the way they're put together isn't quite right. Java docs should show you exactly what the package structure is...
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    Anything Java...

    Anything Java... questions, comments, source, project ideas and in-the-works projects are welcome and encouraged. Here's my not yet completed project and ProjectBuilder example. -being updated tomorrow. [Edited by IamBob on 11-29-2000 at 01:37 PM]
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