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Problem with export #45

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biofaust opened this Issue Aug 6, 2014 · 2 comments

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biofaust commented Aug 6, 2014

When trying to export using ctrl+shift+P > Export as Windows 64-bit application, I get the following error:
The --platform option has been removed from Processing 2.1.

While this was actually true for Processing 2.1, it should not apply to me as I run Processing 2.2.1 and, as it says on http://wiki.processing.org/w/Export_Info_and_Tips, in Processing 2.2, it's possible to export for other platforms.

Maybe it is not the --platform option that does it anymore.

I am running Windows 7 64-bit and Java 7 Update 67 (therefore I guess --platform would't even be needed.

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rahji commented Aug 7, 2014

I filed a bug here: processing/processing#2760

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akaleeroy Aug 28, 2014

I'm on Processing 2.2.1 Windows x64, and it still throws that --platform and --bits options have been removed.

So I modified Processing.sublime-build to remove those switches and placed it in Sublime Text\Data\Packages\User, overriding the file from the package. It works OK now.

akaleeroy commented Aug 28, 2014

I'm on Processing 2.2.1 Windows x64, and it still throws that --platform and --bits options have been removed.

So I modified Processing.sublime-build to remove those switches and placed it in Sublime Text\Data\Packages\User, overriding the file from the package. It works OK now.

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