Vincent Bernat a écrit , Le 16/12/2013 17:39:
  ❦  9 décembre 2013 18:53 CET, Gilles Filippini <> :

You may encounter other NoClassDefFound errors which are solved by
to the classpath into the launchers /usr/bin/sikuli*.

This solved the NoClassDefFound errors but I am now stuck later. I get a
popup "starting - pls. wait" but nothing happens. In the console, I

Please try again with "-Dsikuli.console=false" in the
/usr/bin/sikuli-ide launcher. You should have more messages in the
console then.

I get that in the console:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: 
         at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE.initToolbar(
         at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE.initSikuliIDE(
         at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE.<init>(
         at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE.getInstance(
         at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE.main(
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: 
         at Method)
         at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(
         at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(
         at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(
         ... 5 more

Hmmm... That's strange because this class should be defined in /usr/share/java/mac_widgets.jar which is in the classpath defined into /usr/bin/sikuli-ide:
pini@pini:~$ unzip -l /usr/share/java/mac_widgets.jar | grep MacUtils
      957  2012-06-25 22:50   com/explodingpixels/macwidgets/MacUtils.class

Could you please check that this jar is present on your system, and is correctly specified in the classpath?



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