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  • Unable to find a gif

    ive placed the file in the apropraite place and ive looked though the jar file with winrar and couldnt find the gif. and as such it cannot work.
    this is the message

    Error display: Loading image /tiles/Wooden Wall.gif
    java.io.FileNotFoundException: JAR entry tiles/Wooden%20Wall.gif not found in ...\Desktop\ClashDemo\ClashD81.jar
    at sun.net.www.protocol.jar.JarURLConnection.connect(Unknown Source)
    at sun.net.www.protocol.jar.JarURLConnection.getContent(Unknown Source)
    at java.net.URL.getContent(Unknown Source)
    at game.gui.Picture.loadImage(Picture.java:126)
    at game.gui.PictureList.read(PictureList.java:60)
    at game.data.FileInput$ImagesFile.read(FileInput.java :391)
    at game.data.FileInput.read(FileInput.java:65)
    at game.manager.Game.(Game.java:56)
    at game.manager.GameMain.main(GameMain.java:9)


    thank you

  • #2
    Hi,

    You can try this:
    It's possible that your javaw doesn't like the whitespaces in file names for some reason, so you can also try this: Unzip the .jar in a directory, launch a cmd, go to that directory and run java game.manager.GameMain from there (you may need to 'set CLASSPATH=.' if it doesn't work but it should).

    This worked for someone else who had the same problem. I've been unable to reproduce it myself, however.
    The file is in the jar, so I don't understand why javaw doen't find it inside the jar for some people. Which version of java do you use?
    Clash of Civilization team member
    (a civ-like game whose goal is low micromanagement and good AI)
    web site http://clash.apolyton.net/frame/index.shtml and forum here on apolyton)

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    • #3
      thanks
      the java is j2re-1_4_2_13-windows-i586-p
      is what the installer was called so thats probably it.
      if i open the file in cmd then it just runs the what-do-you-want-to-run-this-on, but im probably missing a step or something.
      no worries.
      Last edited by orinsul; November 16, 2006, 07:33.

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      • #4
        Do you mean in cmd typing
        java game.manager.GameMain
        or
        java game.manager.GameMain -classpath (where you installed the files)
        doesn't work?
        Clash of Civilization team member
        (a civ-like game whose goal is low micromanagement and good AI)
        web site http://clash.apolyton.net/frame/index.shtml and forum here on apolyton)

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        • #5
          i got it working now thanks.
          not sure why it wouldnt befoe
          but maybe i typed wrong or something was running in the background
          thank you
          and sorry for taking your time

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          • #6
            you're welcome, I hope you enjoy it.
            Clash of Civilization team member
            (a civ-like game whose goal is low micromanagement and good AI)
            web site http://clash.apolyton.net/frame/index.shtml and forum here on apolyton)

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