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Move Chaqoupy library out of Build folder #62

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rpcd opened this Issue Oct 24, 2018 · 7 comments

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rpcd commented Oct 24, 2018

When a rebuild occurs the build directory gets removed and also removes the /app/build/generated/python/chaquopy_java.jar, which causes a "Cannot open a library at ... " error ... re-locate the library to avoid ...
a work around:
I have to turn off python, rebuild to produce the build directory and then turn chaquopy back on

this is the actual message:
Cannot open a library at 'FileMapping(from=/media/git-repos/NAME/app/build/generated/python/chaquopy_java.jar, to=/home/rpc/.gradle/caches/transforms-1/files-1.1/chaquopy_java.jar/0a758c1550db92a05c34ebdf616d8314/jetified-chaquopy_java.jar)'

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mhsmith commented Oct 25, 2018

Thanks, we'll definitely fix this in the next release.

What version of Python are you using in your app?

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rpcd commented Oct 29, 2018

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mhsmith commented Oct 29, 2018

But what version are you using in your app?

[EDIT: It was 3.6.5.]

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mhsmith commented Nov 5, 2018

Fixed in Chaquopy 5.0.0.

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rpcd commented Nov 5, 2018

Thank you ... confirm working correctly just now

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mhsmith commented Nov 5, 2018

Glad to hear it.

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