NullPointerException in LanguageBundle.read() on startup #4476

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audaybasheer opened this Issue May 14, 2016 · 8 comments

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java.lang.NullPointerException
at processing.app.Language$LanguageBundle.read(Language.java:320)
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This was fixed in 3.1. Are you using that release?

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benfry commented May 14, 2016

This was fixed in 3.1. Are you using that release?

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I'm also having this problem, using 3.1.1 on Windows 10.

I'm also having this problem, using 3.1.1 on Windows 10.

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cc @JakubValtar thought we had this licked in #4417 #4426

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benfry commented May 17, 2016

cc @JakubValtar thought we had this licked in #4417 #4426

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@audaybasheer @aidenatt Could you please post the full path to processing.exe? Like this: C:\Users\Bobbo\Desktop\apps\processing\processing.exe

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JakubValtar commented May 17, 2016

@audaybasheer @aidenatt Could you please post the full path to processing.exe? Like this: C:\Users\Bobbo\Desktop\apps\processing\processing.exe

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ric-bianchi May 19, 2016

Hi,

Maybe this can give you an hint about the cause of the issue.

I had the same problem here, with Processing 3.1.1 on Windows 10 (64bits), when I extracted the Processing zip into my home folder, which is a network folder (DFS).

Then I extracted it into a local folder, and everything now works just fine.

Cheers,

Ric.

Hi,

Maybe this can give you an hint about the cause of the issue.

I had the same problem here, with Processing 3.1.1 on Windows 10 (64bits), when I extracted the Processing zip into my home folder, which is a network folder (DFS).

Then I extracted it into a local folder, and everything now works just fine.

Cheers,

Ric.
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@JakubValtar is this fixed with #4582?

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benfry commented Jul 28, 2016

@JakubValtar is this fixed with #4582?

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@benfry Should be. However, I was able to test only a simple scenario with my resources.

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JakubValtar commented Jul 28, 2016

@benfry Should be. However, I was able to test only a simple scenario with my resources.

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Ok, I'll assume it's a dupe #4417

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benfry commented Jul 28, 2016

Ok, I'll assume it's a dupe #4417

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