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    Compilation Bug

    For couple of weeks now I'm getting this error code:
    Error loading: D:\Programs\JAVADE~1\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll

    I believe it has got something with other builds, so I will check it.

    Edit 1:

    Flash upgrade to 10.3 didn't help.

    Edit 2:

    Reinstalation of SWF Exporter doesn't work.

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    Have you tried reinstalling Java?

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    Was it a java heap error message like I had? (see thread below if so
    http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=234524#Post2345 24

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    I started to have those issues after installing XNA runtime and build 252 (SWF is 251) so I don't know if that's the issue. I done update for Java and it didn't help but the thing is where's connection between Flash and Java?

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    The Flash compiler is written in Java.

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    I got this error and had to change a system path variable, then it started working again. I think it was because I installed the Android SDK or something.

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    http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Main=28236&Number=2115 48

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    Francois thanks for explanation.

    cgbartek - could you describe more precisely what you've done? for Me both Java machine and compilation to Java are working perfectly fine, so I don't know what's going on. And last time Java BSODed by OS, so I wouldn't like to play in registry to make it operative.

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    Here's what I did (from Win 7):

    go to Start -> Computer -> Properties
    go to Advanced System Settings
    click the Advanced tab
    click on Environment Variables...
    in System variables, find "JAVA_HOME"
    rename it to "JAVA_HOME_BAK" or something
    restart MMF

    It should work now. However, you may later have to name it back to what it was to get the Java compiler working again, but this should at least get the SWF compiler working again.

    Also, just as a disclaimer, be very careful in this area. It can be just as dangerous as messing with the registry.

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    After your change it provides with

    Error occurred during initialization of VM
    Unable to load native library: Can't find dependent libraries

    After giving direct access - it still provides old error.

    Error loading: D:\Programs\Java Development Kit\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll

    Probably I will need to reinstall whole OS, damn it.

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    Re: Compilation Bug

    Hmm, that fixed it for me. I dunno then. I think it's something to do with installing Java SDKs that MMF2 doesn't seem to like.

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