[Glass] Jade 1.024 - Undefined objects does not understand #+

James Foster james.foster at gemtalksystems.com
Wed Mar 12 21:11:32 PDT 2014

Hi Marten,

This is strange. I’ve been able to consistently file-in a 520 KB file without issues. I’ve added some more debugging information to 1.026 so that it should (!) produce a Jade.ERRORS file next to the executable. If it does, send it to me and we’ll be closer to figuring it out. If not, then the next task will be to track down all senders of #’+’!

As to the UI, there should be a progress dialog and (depending on the mouse placement) there cursor should change from its default to a larger GemStone/S logo many times back and forth. Is the large GemStone/S cursor what you are calling the “busy-dialog”?


On Mar 10, 2014, at 11:33 PM, itlists at schrievkrom.de wrote:

> Hi James,
> I just checked it with 1.025 and I was able to reproduce it, but no
> walkback window is coming up.
> The code I used it around 370 KByte large - and with this code the error
> happens in 2 of three cases (file-ins).
> When I use the whole source code (around 515 KByte Smalltalk source
> code) it happens always.
> I tested it again with the version of 13.02.1014 and there the situation
> is a little different:
> When "file-in" this 515 KByte code, the progress dialog pops up and goes
> green for about 20%, waits there and mostly the "busy-dialog" is coming
> up for a short time, compilation continues and the progress bar closes
> again (but there were times, where the progress bar does not close).
> With the newer version this "busy-dialog" is practically gone, instead
> this error messsage pops up.
> Marten
> -- 
> Marten Feldtmann

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