Hi Mark

If you send a bit more detail about the model structure change, perhaps we
can solve it.


On 27/02/13 9:32 PM, "Mark Cannell" <mark.cann...@bristol.ac.uk> wrote:

>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
>> 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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