Oops -- I just copied from the wiki: it looked looked the same. The JHS
value actually is '192.168.1.2:65001 -- But using the correct value doesn't fix the problem.


On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, Eric Iverson wrote:
Patrick,

You give 192.168.0.19:65001 which is exactly what the wiki page gives by
way of an example. This could be true on your system, but is unlikely, The
jjset arg should be the one reported in the init_jjserver_ on the JHS
server.

However. the other problems you and Joey report remains.



On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 7:01 PM, J. Patrick Harrington <j...@astro.umd.edu>
wrote:

Eric,
I get the same results as Joey. In addition,
names_jj_ 0
PASS SERVER TAR URL
posttemplate

and PASS has the password I entered and SERVER has
192.168.0.19:65001

                        Patrick


On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, Joey K Tuttle wrote:


  VERSION_j_
701.1 2
  jj
|value error: jj

explicitly doing

  load '~system/util/jj.ijs'

NB. executes with no complaint (and, of course, no result shown)
NB. but then when (as suggested in http://code.jsoftware.com/wiki
/Guides/iOS ) I do -

  jjset '10.1.1.23:65001 pswd'   NB. for my local network (again no
result appears) but
  jjget '~addons/math/miax'
|domain error:   jjget_jj_
|       jjget'~addons/math/misc'

  >nl_jj_ 3
jjdo
jjget
jjput
jjset


NB. So things look like they are almost working, but something is
tripping me up.

~~ a couple of aside observations...

typing paths with the greatly improved keyboard is almost as painful as
it used to be in the older version (because of having to shift to !
keyboard for / ...)

Retyping the stuff above makes me resolve to find a way to disable spell
checking in Apple mail client more easily (and may have "corrected" things
that I didn't notice - if so, please read as what you think it should be.

- joey


On 2017Aug 9, at 14:19, Eric Iverson <eric.b.iver...@gmail.com> wrote:

Strange. As we always say, it works for me.

What is the value of VERSION_j_ ? It should be '701.1 2'.

But that has to be right as you indicate the backspace key repeats if you
hold it down.

Is there any chance you are trying jj in the previous j701 version?

I also just realized that I probably need to update the JHS addon.

I will look at this later tonight if you can give me a little more info.

All that jj does is to:
  load'~system/util/jj.ijs'




On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 4:11 PM, Joey K Tuttle <j...@qued.com> wrote:

Eric,

Bravo on the keyboard change and the repeating keys (just really nice to
have them!)

I think your setup for j to j is exciting news too, but am disappointed
after starting the new release getting -

  jj 0
|value error: jj

The suggested scripts in desktop JHS seem to work in setting up the
connection.

Maybe I'm missing a script update on the iOS side? or ??

- joey


On 2017Aug 9, at 12:28, Eric Iverson <eric.b.iver...@gmail.com> wrote:

An updated J is available at the Apple App Store. This fixes a few
minor
problems with the release on July 4th, adds a bell and whistle, and
provides a new way to move scripts and data between your device and

desktop

called jj (j to j).

See http://code.jsoftware.com/wiki/Guides/iOS for more information.
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