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Oct 3, 2007 11:30pm
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

Just a heads up that "Project/Send to BUGnet" won’t let you do it if you are compiling for Java 5 or 6; you have to go into your project (or workspace) setting for your compiler and crank it back to 1.4.

Oct 4, 2007 9:34am
Medium Bug Labs team mcholerton 54 posts

Hey finsprings – I saw your app up on Bugnet. The first beta user app! Fantastic.

Biking home last night over the Manhattan bridge I was thinking it would be cool to have a BUG mount on the bike, so the wifey could see what I saw – and how close I was to home. Camera, GPS, mash-up to Google maps, Flickr ….right? It looks like all our applications so far are bring us pretty close to BUG Bike View!

Oct 4, 2007 9:47am
Img_missing_medium hzaida 38 posts

Hi finsprings,

I believe this is related to an open defect we are currently working on.

When you received the java compiler 1.4 error, was this due to using (importing a project from BUGnet), editing, adding code of your own ‘then’ executing the export?

Please let me know.
Thank you in advance!

Oct 4, 2007 10:02am
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

I created a project from scratch using the wizard. Once I downgraded to 1.4 it let me export it okay.

Oct 4, 2007 12:21pm
Img_missing_medium hzaida 38 posts

Hi finsprings,

We have attempted to reproduce your issue and were not successful. Can you either post additional information (environment and steps to recreate) or enter a defect within Bugzilla? (fancy)

Thanks for your help on this one.

Oct 4, 2007 12:34pm
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

I was running Eclipse 3.3.1 on knoppmyth R5F27 (which is based on Debian Etch) with JDK 1.6_02.

I created a new workspace then created a new BUG project via File/New/Project/Dragonfly. I created all the classes via File/New/Class, but for some of them I cut-and-paste data in from FlickrUppr (which I had open in another instance of Eclipse in another workspace).

I had to hand edit the MANIFEST.MF to allow my bundle to run when I deployed it to the VirtualBUG – I was getting a classnotfound error that I’ve posted about previously. Once I did that I was able to run my bundle in VirtualBUG just fine.

I then tried to send it to BUGnet and it gave me an error dialog that read something like "must be compiled with 1.4". I went to my project settings (right-click on my project than properties than Java Compiler section inthe dialog) and overrode the workspace defaults to change the JDK Compliance to all be 1.4 instead of 6.0.

Once I did that I cleaned the project, redployed it to VirtualBUG and it stlil l ran okay. I then tried the Send to BUGnet again and it worked.

Hope that makes sense.

Oct 4, 2007 2:20pm
Medium Bug Labs team kgilmer 215 posts

Since phoneME is based on 1.4 we try to ensure that BUG applications are compiled for that version before uploading to BUGnet. What needs to be in the SDK that isn’t yet is that the BUG Application wizard sets this automagically in each new project.

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