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Error when running Scout App #25

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Wordius opened this Issue · 10 comments

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@Wordius

I've set up input and output folders. I moved my style.css file to the input folder and renamed it style.scss. When I run the compiler I get the following message and no output:

TypeError on line 3414 of org/jruby/RubyString.java: no implicit conversion from nil to integer
Run with --trace to see the full backtrace

@zdennis
Owner

Can you provide a little more info for me:

  • OS name/version
  • Java version
  • AIR version
  • Scout version

Thanks

@Wordius

Hi Zach,

I think this is what you need:

  • OS X Lion 10.7.2
  • Java 1.6.0
  • AIR – not sure, does 2.5 or 2.6 sound right?
  • Scout 0.5.0
@zdennis
Owner

@Wordius, can you download the ScoutApp 0.6.0 RC1 from https://github.com/mhs/scout-app/downloads and let us know if you're still getting the same issues? Thanks,

@Wordius

@zdennis I need to refresh on what to do with this app. When I encountered this hurdle I didn't get going with SASS, but I did get going with LESS straightaway. Note, I'm not a programmer and I only use the command line when faced with an explicit set of instructions on how to do something.

Anyway, as you were kind enough to respond, I have downloaded and installed ScoutApp 0.6.0. On launch, I got the same error message then a window popped up asking to update Adobe AIR. I did that, relaunched ScoutApp, and faced the same error. So I deleted the test project I was using with the intention of starting again.

From memory, I started this process from thesassway.com. The site won't launch for me this morning; I've tried a half-dozen times with no joy. I need the instructions in order to make sure I set up properly and run a valid test, otherwise this will be of no help to either of us.

Still getting no joy with launching The Sass Way, so this will have to wait.

@Wordius

@zdennis Okay, it works! Thanks, Zach.

I guess I must have originally read instructions somewhere on how to set up and run ScoutApp. It sounds simple: add input source, add output direction, hit play. But I couldn't find the instructions this morning.

Anyway, it's up and running and I guess that's what matters. Seems to work just like LESSAPP does for that other preprocessor, which may or may not be a dirty word in your eyes.

Now I have a way to compare the two preprocessors. Thanks again.

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@bleams

Hello. I'm having the exact same problem :
TypeError on line 3414 of org/jruby/RubyString.java: no implicit conversion from nil to integer
Run with --trace to see the full backtrace

My configurations :

Windows 7 64 bits
Java Version 7 Update 13
Adobe AIR 3.5
Scout last version 0.7.1

I am using SCSS files.

thank you for your help

Bleam

@DV-JF

Same Problem: Here's the log:

TypeError on line 3414 of org/jruby/RubyString.java: no implicit conversion from nil to integer
Run with --trace to see the full backtrace

Win7 32bit
Java Version 7 Update 13
Adobe AIR 3.5
Scout last version 0.7.1

Would be glad, if theres some help...

Greets

@maxsilver

For both @DV-JF and @bleams can you please send the input/output directories, the config.rb your using, and include the SASS / SCSS file(s) your using when you get this error.

I'm having trouble replicating this issue -- everything is working fine for me so far, in Windows 7

@maxsilver maxsilver reopened this
@DV-JF

@maxsilver I uploaded the files to my server, you can find them here:

http://www.je-fischer.de/test.zip

Perhaps I have to mention, that it had worked for me well some time ago, then I removed JRE for security-reasons, but reinstalled it before using Scout again.
I tried to run it with an other (fresh) user on Windows and everyting works fine.

Would be great to get some feedback, greets, DV-JF.

@maxsilver

@DV-JF Can you uninstall all versions of Java from your computer, and then re-install only the latest one.

I've experienced an issue where multiple versions of Java can conflict with one another -- doing this resolved the issue for me.

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