B4J Question Problem/bug? using B4JBuilder 7.31

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  1. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    I have just upgraded to Java 12 and B4j 7.31

    I have a series of .bat files that do compilation of various B4J apps

    I am getting the following error when the .bat files are run:
    For some reason the folder \Obfuscation is recognised at the BaseFolder: echo but not when it goes to execute.

    I have made absolutely no changes to the .bat file or B4J source - I have merely upgraded the Java and B4J environments.

    I'm assuming this is some B4JBuilder bug but hesitate to say so - I've been wrong before!
     
  2. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Update: went back to B4J 7.0 (which I never used) - same problem.
     
  3. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Update: went back to B4J 6.51 (my prior working release).

    B4JBuilder works but Java 12 is hiccupping:

     
  4. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Update: went back to Java 10.0.1 (my prior working release) - everything working.
     
  5. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Current version of B4J is compatible with Java 8, 9, 10 and 11. I recommend to use either 8 or 11. These are the long term supported versions.
     
  6. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Erel, I tried running B4J 7.31 with Java 10.0.1 and got:
    Note is reporting:

    BaseFolder: D:\XXXX\B4X\AWS EC2\FTPServer\YYYY\Obfuscation

    but then

    Could not find file 'D:\XXXX\B4X\AWS EC2\FTPServer\YYYY\FTPServer.b4j'.

    B4JBuilder is somehow losing the last folder (\Obfuscation).

    With Java 10.0.1 this also happens with B4J 7.0 but not B4J 6.51.
     
  7. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Does it only happen with obfuscation enabled?
     
  8. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Java 10.0.1 B4J 7.31 -obfuscate=False
    Same result
     
  9. JackKirk

    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

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    JackKirk Well-Known Member Licensed User

  11. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    It is difficult to help you like this. You are keep adding irrelevant information in multiple threads. I'm sorry but if you want my assistance then you should start a single thread and only provide the information I ask you.
     
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