Several posts ago I wrote the following:
"The file I changed in royale-compiler is CSSManager.java. Add a
System.out.println("This is Carlos's local copy"); at the beginning of
getCSSFromThemes. Delete the compiler jars from your local repo and
rebuild the compiler then the framework and example. You should see your
println in the output. If you don't then for some reason you are pulling
the wrong one. The console output for the compiler should show that it
put the jars in the local repo. The console output for framework and/or
examples should show where it got the compiler jars."
I'm not sure how to help you more than that.
I appreciate all of the contributions you've made to Royale, and that you
have limited time, but we all have to work as efficiently as possible to
get the most done in the time we have. It is not efficient for me to
interrupt what I'm doing to work on what you want me to do and then try to
get back to what I was working on, and it is not efficient for me to guess
what might be going on with your computer. You will have to do most of
this investigation yourself. And by doing so, you will hopefully learn
something that can help you some day in the future, and that will make all
of us more productive. Yes, that means in the short term you may not get
as much done as you would like, but if we don't distribute the knowledge
and work, the project simply will not scale.
My 2 cents,
On 2/22/18, 12:51 AM, "carlos.rov...@gmail.com on behalf of Carlos Rovira"
<carlos.rov...@gmail.com on behalf of carlosrov...@apache.org> wrote:
>I think I must explain why I don't follow your suggetion of using println,
>so you understand me and my own situation.
>First, I don't know too much about the compiler part, so don't know in
>which class I must put that print.
>(in the end, if you want contributors like me make this you must provided
>more info since I don't not exactly what you want from me to do)
>then I don't have my environment setup for java debugging. In the end, my
>day-by-day work doesn't requiere too much coding anymore
>since I'm managing a company and this makes me to use docs, sheets and
>other managing tools, and be part of the day off in meetings,
>comercial task, talking with customers, employees, providers...and in the
>end, in whatever I could be required to make things "flow".
>So I really enjoy contributing to Royale, and for this reason I try to get
>times here and there to work on things for royale.
>But I can't do things I'm not prepared to, maybe because is not my area of
>expertise, or it will make so difficult to me that will make me invest
>huge amount of time I don't have.
>It's like if I require you to do things in other areas that you don't use
>to touch and doesn't have tools right now installed, or doesn't have the
>you could end doing, but the problem is how much time you must invest to
>learn what I requiere you to do, and how many things have to install and
>try to end with the
>Hope you understand that. Is not that I don't want to do that, it's a mix
>of not knowing what to do, and where to do,
>and be not prepared to do what you are proposing.
>Having said that I'll try today to make another cleaning of things and try
>again to rebuild all to see if this work, since the problem seems to be on
>If I don't get it to work, I'll assume that something in royale is not
>working properly for 100% of cases, maybe some maven config or whatever
>given a concrete situation in devs machine make it work in unexpected way
>(wich are bugs very difficult to find).
>I'll keep you informed as I get all cleaned and rebuild
>2018-02-21 23:47 GMT+01:00 Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>:
>> Carlos, I'm using a Mac. We've seen it work now on two computers with
>> different operating systems.
>> For the 4th time: Did you try the System.out.println test?
>> Carlos Rovira