|Re: Java(tm) crash [message #1142765 is a reply to message #1142566]
||Thu, 17 October 2013 17:03
| Kevin Blancard
Registered: October 2013
thx for the fast response.
i installed java fx scene builder, it didn't open if i tryed to launch it.
if i look at my task manager i see it coming in the list but after about 2 sec it goes away again.
i then downloaded the jdk7 u45 and that solved the issue with the scene builder but the window builder for swing in eclipse still makes it crash
i have to use jdk7 so i'm still looking for a solution.
i would like to give you more information but i can't seem to find any crash files, can you tell me where the should be located or at least in with folder and/or how the are called ?
i don't know if this give more info but the eclipse version i'm using is the Version: Kepler Service Release 1
Build id: 20130919-0819
also runing on Windows 8, 64bit , x64 processor
and thx again for the response.
i didn't try jdk8 if there really isn't any other option/ solutions i'll try that
[Updated on: Thu, 17 October 2013 17:06]
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|Re: Java(tm) crash [message #1143398 is a reply to message #1142765]
||Fri, 18 October 2013 02:48
On 17.10.2013 23:03, Kevin Blancard wrote:|
> i didn't try jdk8 if there really isn't any other option/ solutions i'll
> try that
I have installed jdk6, jdk7, jdk8 ( setup default on system path jdk8 ):
my eclipse version: Kepler Service Release 1 Build id: 20130919-0819
eclipse run on default jdk8, projects compile in jdk6 (setup project
options ) and test/run on all: jdk6, jdk7 and jdk8 ( setup run/debug
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