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Scout Issue : TypeError on line 3414 of org/jruby/RubyString.java #91

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bleams opened this Issue · 6 comments

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bleams Rafael Nascimento Sampaio Nick Katz xDanbo TheJaredWilcurt
bleams

Hello. I have already seen this issue previously closed but after trying the solutions it still doesn't work.
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

Rafael Nascimento Sampaio

Same problem here.
Windows 7 Bussiness 64bits.
Java updated,
adobe air 3.5
Scout 0.7.1

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

Nick Katz

Ditto. I've been using Scout on my local home server for months without any problems, but encountered this error when I tried it on my company computer today. I was trying to process files from a shared folder, so I'm pretty sure it's a problem with either permissions, or file paths. If anyone knows, please let us know.

Nick Katz

Solved the problem. You need the file path to only contain letters of the Latin alphabet. ie. no foreign characters. I noticed the problem was more prevalent in Japan, and one of our folder names was in Japanese. No more errors after changing the file name to the Latin alphabet.

xDanbo

I'm experiencing the same problem. All the paths are in Latin. Where is that file exactly and what should I do to fix it?

I'm on Windows 7 x64, Adobe AIR 16, Java 8, Scout 0.7.1.

TheJaredWilcurt

Scout requires Java 6 or 7, and will not work with 8. You can have 7 & 8 both installed though. Easiest way to install what you need:

xDanbo

No, unfortunately, installing Java 7 didn't help. Any other advice?

EDIT: I'm feeling so stupid -- there WERE some non-Latin characters in the path. Sorry for bothering you, TheJaredWilcurt, and thanks for the help.

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