[Coco] Full GUI DriveWire 4 beta
aawolfe at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 03:09:41 EST 2010
On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 9:33 PM, Steven Hirsch <snhirsch at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Dec 2010, Steven Hirsch wrote:
>> On Tue, 28 Dec 2010, Aaron Wolfe wrote:
>>>> All the libraries are present and I've explictly added everything I
>>>> it was complaining about to my class paths. Doesn't make any
>>>> it's still carping about missing XML..something.
>>> Well, this is a clue that something went wrong, as there should not
>>> have been any complaints to begin with if the import process went
>>> correctly and the environment (stock Eclipse plus the SWT library)
>>> were in place. All the dependencies are included with the source in
>>> the CVS repository, there is nothing additional required.
>> I figured out how to add the local jar files to the build path and it's
>> now compiling. On to problem #2:
>> When I try to export as a runnable jar file, it wants something called a
>> "Launch Configuration", but the pulldown for this is greyed out and
>> What is it looking for? Where do I find this bit of information?
> <sigh>... Nevermind. I blundered my through creation of the configuration
> and the GUI is running now and seems able to talk with the server.
> A minor victory, I suppose.
> First user comment: The simple configuration has a pulldown for port speed,
> but does not offer the 460k speed that I typically use with the DE1 fpga
> CoCo 3. Is there a way to get this to appear?
Glad you got it going.
Almost all of the options from the config.xml are in the server and
instance config areas of the GUI and named the same thing, but in the
instance config they are divided into tabs. The "Rate Override"
setting used to run at 460k is on the last page, "Advanced".
> I'll play with this further tomorrow and let you know how (or if) it goes.
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