Hey guys, I’ve decided to look at the modules branch and start by building the latest Introjucer. When I run it, it opens to the Module Updater screen and I can’t progress from here.
The check for available updates is timing out/failing, and I can’t seem to select or type my juce path (a message “Not a Juce folder” is shown). FWIW, the path is /home/sherman/workspace/lib/juce/modules .
If nothing else, can I skip the update and work with the current copy (my git clone)?
This sounds like a linux-specific issue, which isn’t surprising since I haven’t tested the introjucer on linux for a very long time. I’ll try it out…
Let me know if there’s any info I can pass on, or a better description.
In the meantime, is there something I can comment out to bypass the update step so I can create a project? At the moment I’ve just copied the example project and am hacking away manually to fix the paths, etc…
Thanks for the quick response
Ok, read your other post and repulled the master. Built Introjucer and ran and now I see a list of modules. I selected them all and updated, and they show that they are at their latest versions.
When I close this window, I get an error popup stating “Unless you create a local JUCE folder containing some modules, you’ll be un any projects correctly!”. Should I be selecting the juce/modules directory?
Hmm, it doesn’t like selecting(and validating?) the juce dir. It crashed a couple times changing directories and redownloading the modules in a separate dir, but its now pointing at the correct place and seems to be working without issues now.
I believe that the big problem is that the paths from the native dialog are corrupt. I couldn’t get it to open an existing file or recognize a legit modules path until I made the change here:
I haven’t tested extensively, but I was able to do some basic stuff today.