I have run into trouble with my exported sketch. I hope this is the right place for this.
If I click on the exported app I get the warning “Unable to load java runtime environment”.
But if I open the executable inside the application package the sketch runs without any hiccups.
The exported sketch doesn’t rely on any added Libraries. And it doesn’t make a difference if I include Java on export or not. EDIT:
If I don’t include Java on export, even the executable doesn’t run and throws this error. So maybe it is a problem with my Java installation? EDIT 2:
So I have removed the existing JDKs (18 and 17) through Terminal and installed the version that’s shown in the export window and performed a restart.
~ % java -version openjdk version "17.0.3" 2022-04-19 OpenJDK Runtime Environment Temurin-17.0.3+7 (build 17.0.3+7) OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM Temurin-17.0.3+7 (build 17.0.3+7, mixed mode)
i ve the same configuration, but no problems on export.
i got this in terminal:
$ java -version
java version “16.0.2” 2021-07-20
Java™ SE Runtime Environment (build 16.0.2+7-67)
Java HotSpot™ 64-Bit Server VM (build 16.0.2+7-67, mixed mode, sharing)
with $PATH, i don’t see anything related to java
i don’t know what else to test
if i export example/color/hue the hue.app is : 6 857 203 octets (6,9 Mo sur disque)
may be it can give an hint if size is different…
ask me if you know something else i can try
it s strange, here is what i can think of:
did you downloaded the “apple silicon” version of it?
did you move it out of the “download” directory (can be a limitation for some app)
do you see the needed authorizations in macos parameters/security/confidentiality, mainly the disk access part?
is it the same with processing 3.5.4 ?
problem occur with any sketch?
thanks for trying to help!
If I export the hue example from the processing website the resulting app is 7.063.803 Bytes large. Not sure what to make of that.
Yes to All on your second post I am afraid…
What I discovered is that in the Info.plist file, the path that is supposed to point to the Java library does not exist in my application package…
I think the library files are stored inside the Plugins Folder…
I tried to make the corresponding path inside the /Contents/Java Folder and copying the lib files over. I also tried changing the path of the Info.plist file, but both did not work.
i ve the same info.plist
but, didn’t notice that, java is included only on the x86 version, apple silicon app doesn’t get it, i guess it s where it fail on your side, it can find a compatible apple silicon version of java on your machine.
i don’t remember what i did with java installation, i installed zulu arm64 java a long time ago
if i do: which java
in terminal, i get:
where i see a full java install
however, if i launch the apple silicon app, and look in “acitivity monitor” , all files related to java come from : /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk-16.0.2.jdk/
i guess you need to check your arm64 java installation…but i’m already far out of my comfort zone here…
do your export of "macos intel " with embeded java, work fine as a workaround?