On 26/02/2013, at 9:43 PM, Andrew Miller <ak.mil...@auckland.ac.nz> wrote:

> On 27/02/13 10:09, Mark Cannell wrote:
>> Hi Randall
>> 
>> I installed the tools and the repository code does runs in OpenCell. However 
>> when I clone the distribution and edit anything I get the same java error I 
>> got before the Xcode tools were installed. I have no idea what I could be 
>> doing wrong..
> 
> So just to clarify: you are loading a model, running a simulation by clicking 
> the Integrate button, cloning the model by right clicking on it in the left 
> pane, editing an initial condition in OpenCell, and clicking Integrate, 
> without leaving OpenCell in the interim, and the first time you click 
> Integrate, it works and you get results, but the second time you get the 
> Javascript error about it failing in 
> "cellml_servicesICellMLIntegrationService.compileModelODE"?
> 
> This is not something I have seen before, the only possibility I can think of 
> is that the edit you are making might be introducing a change that is 
> tripping a bug in the code generator - what edit are you making, and does it 
> happen if you only make a simple change like changing an initial condition?
> 
> Best wishes,
> Andrew
> 

Yes, that's right, I think it must be something to do with code generation. 
Initial value chnages under the blue circle seem OK. Edits under the model 
structure pane can lead to the java error.

Cheers Mark

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