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Re: Bug in Windows Installer (1.4.0.3)

Stéphane Micheloud
Hi Andrei,


I could not reproduce your problem.

Here are the steps I followed:

1) Installed the Scala distribution in the directory C:\Temp\ using
    install.exe (7'503'891 bytes) for Scala 1.4.0.3

2) In the DOS console:

    C:\Temp\Scala> set PATH=C:\Temp\Scala\bin;%PATH%
    C:\Temp\Scala> scalac -version
    scalac 1.4.0.3 -- (c) 2002-05 LAMP/EPFL
    C:\Temp\Scala> scalac examples\sort.scala
    C:\Temp\Scala> scala -cp . examples.sort
    [6,2,8,5,1]
    [1,2,5,6,8]


Bye
--S. Micheloud

Andrei Formiga wrote:

>    Happy New Year everyone,
>
>    Just a quick note to let know that the windows installer for
> version 1.4.0.3 is still broken. After installation, I got these
> results:
>
> D:\Test\scala>scalac -version
> scalac 1.4.0.3 -- (c) 2002-05 LAMP/EPFL
>
> D:\Test\scala>scalac Hello.scala
> error: source file for class Function0 could not be found; source file
> for class Function0 is needed
> error: source file for class Function1 could not be found; source file
> for class Function1 is needed
> error: source file for class Function2 could not be found; source file
> for class Function2 is needed
> error: source file for class Function3 could not be found; source file
> for class Function3 is needed
> error: source file for class Function4 could not be found; source file
> for class Function4 is needed
> error: source file for class Function5 could not be found; source file
> for class Function5 is needed
> error: source file for class Function6 could not be found; source file
> for class Function6 is needed
> error: source file for class Function7 could not be found; source file
> for class Function7 is needed
> error: source file for class Function8 could not be found; source file
> for class Function8 is needed
> error: source file for class Function9 could not be found; source file
> for class Function9 is needed
> 10 errors found
>
>
>    I thought about messing with the CLASSPATH, but following this message:
>    http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.scala/947/
>
>    I downloaded the zip distribution and substituted the contents of
> the src folder in the installed location with the contents of the zip
> file. Then it worked.
>
> --
> []s, Andrei Formiga

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Re: Bug in Windows Installer (1.4.0.3)

Andrei Formiga
   I just installed Scala 1.4.0.4 in another windows machine and got
the same problem. I used the automatic installer, added
%SCALA_HOME%\bin to the path, I can get scalac -version to print the
correct version, but when I try to compile anything I get the same
errors. This is the third windows installation I do, all with the same
problem. I noticed the solution looking in gmane for the list
archives, when someone else complained about the same problem. I
thought it could be some installation option, but there are none, you
just press "Next" when asked.

   In all machines I tested the SO was Windows XP Brazilian Portuguese
edition (with and without SP2), with JDK 1.5 Update 06. Installed
scala to the %PROGRAM_FILES% directory.

--
[]s, Andrei Formiga


On 1/13/06, Stéphane Micheloud <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Andrei,
>
>
> I could not reproduce your problem.
>
> Here are the steps I followed:
>
> 1) Installed the Scala distribution in the directory C:\Temp\ using
>     install.exe (7'503'891 bytes) for Scala 1.4.0.3
>
> 2) In the DOS console:
>
>     C:\Temp\Scala> set PATH=C:\Temp\Scala\bin;%PATH%
>     C:\Temp\Scala> scalac -version
>     scalac 1.4.0.3 -- (c) 2002-05 LAMP/EPFL
>     C:\Temp\Scala> scalac examples\sort.scala
>     C:\Temp\Scala> scala -cp . examples.sort
>     [6,2,8,5,1]
>     [1,2,5,6,8]
>
>
> Bye
> --S. Micheloud
>
> Andrei Formiga wrote:
> >    Happy New Year everyone,
> >
> >    Just a quick note to let know that the windows installer for
> > version 1.4.0.3 is still broken. After installation, I got these
> > results:
> >
> > D:\Test\scala>scalac -version
> > scalac 1.4.0.3 -- (c) 2002-05 LAMP/EPFL
> >
> > D:\Test\scala>scalac Hello.scala
> > error: source file for class Function0 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function0 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function1 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function1 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function2 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function2 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function3 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function3 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function4 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function4 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function5 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function5 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function6 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function6 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function7 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function7 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function8 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function8 is needed
> > error: source file for class Function9 could not be found; source file
> > for class Function9 is needed
> > 10 errors found
> >
> >
> >    I thought about messing with the CLASSPATH, but following this message:
> >    http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.scala/947/
> >
> >    I downloaded the zip distribution and substituted the contents of
> > the src folder in the installed location with the contents of the zip
> > file. Then it worked.
> >
> > --
> > []s, Andrei Formiga
>
> --
>
> ========================================================================
> Stephane Micheloud                                  Tel: +41 21 693 7593
> EPFL - I&C - LAMP                                   Fax: +41 21 693 6660
> IN BC 346
> Station 14                                http://lamp.epfl.ch/~michelou/
> CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland         mailto: [hidden email]
> ========================================================================
>
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Re: Bug in Windows Installer (1.4.0.3)

Lex Spoon
Andrei Formiga <[hidden email]> writes:
>    I just installed Scala 1.4.0.4 in another windows machine and got
> the same problem. I used the automatic installer, added
> %SCALA_HOME%\bin to the path, I can get scalac -version to print the
> correct version, but when I try to compile anything I get the same
> errors. This is the third windows installation I do, all with the same
> problem.


Out of curiosity, have you tried installing to a location that does
not include spaces in the pathname?  That would help narrow down the
problem.


-Lex

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Re: Bug in Windows Installer (1.4.0.3)

Andrei Formiga
On 03 Feb 2006 16:34:01 +0100, Lex Spoon <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Out of curiosity, have you tried installing to a location that does
> not include spaces in the pathname?  That would help narrow down the
> problem.

   Yes, I thought about that and tried it, but got the same errors.

--
[]s, Andrei Formiga