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Re: Error messages everytime I load the kernel

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  • Subject: [mg34812] Re: Error messages everytime I load the kernel
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2002 05:21:21 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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> But
>  I have a problem with some additional warning messages that I get every
>  time I load the kernel.  They appear in a little box on the bottom left
>  of the screen and read:
> On::none: Message General::spell not found.
> On::none: Message General::spell1 not found.

the Message text is, atleast in version 4 and 4.1 in


may be that you have switched the language somewhere ..

> DeclarePackage::aldec:
> Symbol WriteDXF in DeclarePackage[Utilities`DXF`, {PolygonsOnly, WriteDXF}]
> has already been declared.
> Now, I have installed a few applications/packages on top of Mathematica like
>  DrawGraphics, TensorCalculus, MathGL3D, MathPNG, some of which add things to the help browser, and some of which were written on Mathematica 4 .1

Even MathGL3d can read and write DXF files it uses MVWriteDXF[],
MVLoadDXF[] and this
can't be te reason of the name clash ..

The best idea would be to remove one of the packages and look when the
error message dissapear.

>  (I have version 4 on Windows 2000).  Also, I have found in the Autoload/Utilities
>  folder a file called DXF.m which appears to be referenced in
> the warning messages but I don't want to simply remove it as a solution.
>  I would much rather try and understand what the conflict is.  Do you have any
>  thoughts as to what might be causing the above error messages and how I
>  could prevent them from occuring?

The error message say it already. One of your packages declare the
WriteDXF and the option PolygonsOnly and a second package does this too.
I can tell you that MathGL3d doesn not use the Mathematica DXF.m package


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