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Re: Problem with loading SuperWidgetPackage

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg59039] Re: Problem with loading SuperWidgetPackage
  • From: albert <awnl at arcor.de>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 01:25:27 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <dc4rad$lg$1@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi Mlatko,

> Needs["SuperWidgetPackage`"]
> 
> i get this two errors:
>  
> (1)Get::noopen: Cannot open GUIKit`. more...
> 
> (2)Needs::nocont: Context GUIKit` was not created when Needs was
> evaluated. more...

this you see because the SuperWidgetPackage` makes use of GUIKit`, another
package that is not installed on your machine, most probably because... 

> Have problems with loading SWP (Mathematica 5.0):

... it ships only with Mathematica 5.1 or later. Anyway I think it should be
possible to get the GUIKit`-Package from Wolfram's Website and install it
with 5.0. I have never done that, so there might be problems I don't know
of. It could well be that you need to upgrade your JLink` also...
 
> But, when i click on "Loading the package" item in help, first i get
> this message:
> "An improperly formatted option was encountered.  The left-hand side
> of the option was not a symbol or string.", but in spite of that
> everything seems to be ok and i can read help content of "Loading the
> package"..

I think this will go away, once the GUIKit`-package runs properly, but
that's just a guess...

> which obviously means that SWP didn't instaled properly..
> Earlier i instaled a few other add-ons with no problems
> and i don't know why this not work?

I guess SWP is ok, but you will need GUIKit` also. I'm quite sure you will
find this dependency documented somewhere within SWP...
 
albert


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