RE: What tha...
- OH MY FREAKING GOD!!!!!!!! I have now discovered something totally
unexpected about the below problem. Either PCGen or Java is frigging
CASE SENSITIVE!!! I had to copy the stuff I had on my mp3 player to my
laptop because I had to transfer a large amount of data to my work
computer. Well I did that and then copied my original data back to my
mp3 player. I started it up and saw that I could no longer see the RSRD
JUST like I couldn't on the laptop! So after a few moments of being in
raging monkey mode, I started looking at the differences between some
older versions I had on my work computer that did see the RSRD source
and I noticed that the SRD, MSRD & SRD35 folders were capitalized on my
mp3 player, so I thought weird. So I went into the directory and saw
that the PCC file had gotten capitalized. So NOW I can use my laptop
completely at the table.
Finally a end to my misery!
Now I'm off to convince the doctor I don't need my medication anymore ;P
> Okay now I'm running into something TOTALLY weird. I copied
> my work version to the mp3 player, then I hooked it up to my
> laptop, and added one source that I had started on my laptop
> during my last game. So I started it on my laptop and noticed
> that my main custom dataset didn't show up. So I thought
> "Odd", so I hook it up to my work computer open it just the
> same as I did on the laptop and it was there. The only
> function difference I could find, other than one being Win98
> and WinXP, is my work computer is using Java 141_05 and my
> laptop is using 142_03.
> Anyone have some idea's on why it would have this behavior?
> Paul "Yes that Paul" Grosse
> PCGen OGL Chimp & LST Lemur-in-training
> ICQ: 14397299
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> "The Earth is just too small and fragile a basket for the
> human race to keep all it's eggs in." - Robert Heinlein