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Re: Re: J/Link problem on Mac OS X

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg55306] Re: [mg55247] Re: [mg55204] J/Link problem on Mac OS X
  • From: Todd Gayley <tgayley at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 04:45:08 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <5.2.1.1.0.20050317124138.06126ed8@pop3.mail.wideopenwest.com>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

At 05:23 PM 3/17/2005, Mike Honeychurch wrote:
>Todd,
>
>I'm afraid this is incorrect.
>
>I invite anyone reading this posting to download JLink_3.0.2_OSX.tgz,
>decompress it and check the version number of Jlink. Unless this has been
>changed since my original post you will see that it is version 3.0.1
>
>(notwithstanding that JLink`Information`$Version returns "J/Link version
>3.0.2" when this package is installed.)


Mike,

JLink`Information`$Version _is_ the correct way to get the version number. 
I'm curious as to why you think this isn't version 3.0.2 despite that. If 
it's the line in the Release Notes, well that is, er, a typo.


>In =System`Private`FindFile["JLink`"]
>Out=/Applications/Mathematica 5.1.app/AddOns/JLink/JLink.m
>
>Bottom line is that this package does not allow J/Link to work on my Mac
>(Mathematica V5.1, G4 Mac running OS X 10.3.8). No examples in the J/Link help
>reference or GUI kit help reference work with this newly installed package.
>I suggest that whatever gets read to return J/Link version 3.0.2 is not the
>actual Jlink application but perhaps some other information file in the
>package.
>
>(the release notes file is also rather strange:
>
>Heading: J/Link 3.0.1 Release Notes
>  next line: Welcome to J/Link, version 3.0.2.)


If you indeed have installed 3.0.2 correctly and still see the problem, 
then perhaps the original bug is more complex than we realized. I will send 
you separately some tests to try to help us figure out what is going on. I 
invite others with Mac OS/X 10.3.8 who cannot get InstallJava[] to work in 
Mathematica 5.1 to contact support at wolfram.com to let us know whether the 
3.0.2 version did or did not fix the problem for you.


Todd Gayley
Wolfram Research


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