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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from gilgalad »

    hello!

    I just tried JWowUpdater..and it seems works fine for me but.....
    yeap, i always used wau and use with external to have one clean interface folder :)
    it's ok with jwow updater but for example Pitbull.
    in WAU, there is one option (not unpack addons package i think) to juste have one pitbull folder and all other inside this folder (ie pitbull pvp, pitbull combat etc...) and with jwowupdater i have many folder for just one addon like pitbull, quartz or prat (addons package)

    one way to have just one folder for one addon package?

    anyways, very nice updater and very easy to use..

    thanks you





    The Config page has a description / explanation for each option available.

    You can disable split addon package to stop JWU from splitting packages.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Gothicknight »

    Does JWU have an option to delete folders before updating. E.G there is an update for Ace2, will JWU delete the exsisting Ace2 Folder in my addons directory before installing the new version.

    That is one feature i do like about WAU. Just hoping this one had the same



    It does indeed have this feature, only for addons from wowace.com though, but its there :)

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    New version out:

    1.98:
    - JWU will no longer create empty directories named after executable files in the addon archives. It will however still not extract the executables themselves.
    - Attempt at making curse update checking faster

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Kinnex »

    I've been using this for a while now and absolutely love it. Every raid day I just run the app to make sure I have the right Omen version and everything else. However, today I noticed it stopped working with CURSE, so I downloaded the latest version (1.95 before, now 1.97) and I am still have the same problem. I actually logged onto Curse just to see if the site was down, but it appears to be up. I then decided to check the numbers, and the addon still had the same number.

    Addons with issues so far include:
    TankPoints with ID: [992] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    SWStats with ID: [2091] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    RatingBuster with ID: [4991] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    Healbot with ID: [3802] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    HealPoints with ID: [2170] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    Fizzwidget Gemologist with ID: [2302] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    Fizzwidget Disenchant Predictor with ID: [1272] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    EPGP with ID: [4528] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    DoTimer with ID: [3260] could not be found on site: [CURSE]
    Auctioneer with ID: [78] could not be found on site: [CURSE]

    Never had any problems until today though. I am however, running on Linux, so perhaps it is a platform specific issue?

    The only other issue I've ever had was it not liking to actually auto-update itself, I always have to go and download the .zip manually from google code, could also be a linux issue. Any help on how to fix either of these issues would be appreciated.


    As far as i can see, there isn't any errors with the curse updating, except for curse being awfully slow to respond sometimes. I would try raising the timeout value in JWU config, and see if that helps.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from xyola »

    hmm, I've used this and loved it, and just built a new comp (switched from xp 64 pro to xp 32 bit pro) and now am having issues running this.

    I used to be able to double-click and run this (obviously my jar's were registered with java) no problem.

    now, nope. I've tried reinstalling jre / rebooting a few times now. using the latest jre from java's site.
    When I right-click the jar, the open-with dialog recommends 'java(tm) platform SE binary'. I wonder if that even means it's registered?

    I tried the commandline switch recommended in the 3rd post - java -jar JWowUpdater.jar and I get this:

    C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface>java -jar JWowUpdater.jar
    Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/jdesktop/layout/G
    roupLayout$Group
        at jwowupdater.SelfUpdater.updateSelf(SelfUpdater.java:32)
        at jwowupdater.Main.main(Main.java:73)
    Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.jdesktop.layout.GroupLayout$Gro
    up
        at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(Unknown Source)
        at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
        at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(Unknown Source)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
        at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source)
        at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClassInternal(Unknown Source)
        ... 2 more


    not sure how relevant/useful that is, nor am I sure if this is something I should be instead posting on the official java forums?

    regardless, I'm at a loss, and have had other issues with this new computer and just want to (finally!) play wow, so I think that to update my (backed up) addons my time now is best spent checking out another updater and sorting this out later depending on how much of my time this will take ...

    I don't mean for it to sound like a wasted post, I do still love this updater and intend to come back to it. But this Java stuff, which used to be a non-issue, is not something I can deal with right now.



    Looks to me like your missing the lib folder next to the JWowUpdater.jar. The error your getting is regarding to that lib directory + file inside is missing.

    If nothing else, try re downloading the newest version of JWU, and make sure you unzip it with the included lib directory.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Funkydude »

    Downloading *only* from curseforge would probably better and less code... It would also be faster considering the time it takes to sync sometimes.


    Something is being done in JWU2 to lessen the startup / sync time.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from ElykNosrac »

    rolfba, is there any chance you would consider adding in a change log for curse addons? (Not sure if other sites support it)


    Not planned for JWU no, but JWU2 might be a diffrent story, im slowly working on it and its open for feature changes and should better support all the sites beyond wowace.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    New version with small fix to CURSE updating:

    1.97:
    - Fixed CURSE downloading of addons such as QuestHelper

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Duskey »

    First of all, thank you for an awesome program. I really like how it cleans up your libraries and dependencies and makes sure you have the ones your addons need.

    This isn't a bug report *phew* more of a question. Before jWowUpdater I used the WAU with externals, resulting in each addon having all the libs it needed in eg. Cartographer/lib folder. This worked in theory, but isn't really efficient has started causing trouble when some addons switched to a new version of a library and some didn't.

    I like being able to select which addons should loaded when I log in on each my characters, like excluding a huntermod from loading on a shaman and so forth.

    With the use of the jWowUpdater, the libs have now been placed in folders alongside the addons and the in-game addon list is now cluttered with libs and I can't see which I can disable for a character and which I can't.
    So my question is:

    - Is there a way to hide the libraries in the in-game addon list?
    - Or better yet, can you somehow move all the libraries to a shared "lib" folder

    As it is now, it's pretty hard for me to get a clear overview of my addons in- and out of game.


    You can't hide addons from the in game list, at least not to my knowledge.

    And putting all lib's in a lib/ folder would require some .toc magic i guess, to get them all correctly loaded, im not sure how this would be done.

    Regarding the ingame list, all libs should start with Lib, so its rather easy to see which are not libs, and im pretty sure they dont take up much memory / cpu if a lib is enabled but not used by anything.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from crassy »

    Non-ACE addons dont update for me..

    ******* Starting non WowAce Update *******
    
     Newer version found QuestHelper( <em>(8)) updating.... Newer version found Outfitter( <em>(5)) updating....
    
    ******* Done *******

    Log says like above and nothing gets updated. Those are from Curse.


    Seems curse is using a new layout for their download page, for some addons...

    Well, it shold be fixed in version 1.96:

    1.96:
    - Clarfied the .zip file error, so you can see what file didnt extract. (On vista some files dont extract correctly).
    - Fixed updating from CURSE, some addons was using a new layout for their downloadpage.


    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Phanx »

    First, I was able to manually download AtlasLoot_RepFactions and AtlasLoot_WorldLoot, and there was no problem with the zip files. Second, it's "probably", not "probabely". :P


    I can't reproduce this problem, for me Atlasloot_RepFactions and AtlasLoot_WorldLoot works just fine.

    Are you sure your using the latest version 1.95, as this looks like a bug that was fixed in that version.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on ZOMGBuffs Official Thread
    Ive been made aware of a bug in the modules.xml.

    You have forgotten to correctly declare the namespace for xsi, so its not welformed xml.

    the line:

    <Ui xsi:schemaLocation="[url]http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/[/url] ..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">


    Should have been:

    <Ui xmlns="[url]http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/"[/url] xmlns:xsi="[url]http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"[/url] xsi:schemaLocation="[url]http://www.blizzard.com/wow/ui/[/url] ..\FrameXML\UI.xsd">


    Hope its of any help :)

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from Funkydude »

    You've still managed to leave instances of 'Ace' instead of 'WoWAce'. Ctrl+F?


    Ive looked it over again, and i think i caught all of em this time around. (1.95)

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Quote from chakka888 »

    I am using vista, but I was before and everything updated correctly.

    It happened after the latest upgrade to the program.

    Not sure what UAC is or if I can change anything to fix it.


    Think i found the bug/problem, it should be fixed in the new release:

    1.94:
    - Correct some spellings
    - Will now list the files deleted during a saver variables cleaning.
    - In vista, if an addon had an executable file inside. It would give a probabely isnt .zip error. This has been fixed.
    - Fixed bug where non wowace addons would not give the correct error if they are not in .zip format.

    /Rolf
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    posted a message on JWowUpdater - A new java addons updater for ace2
    Are you using vista? it might be a problem with UAC and the "program files" folder.

    Looks really wierd. There must be some thing that has changed since it suddenly started doing this. Was it after a new JWU version? or maybee you changed something but forgot?

    /Rolf
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