[kepler-dev] [Bug 2068] New: - Error while building actor tree with PT CVS version
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Mon Apr 18 13:23:05 PDT 2005
Summary: Error while building actor tree with PT CVS version
AssignedTo: berkley at nceas.ucsb.edu
ReportedBy: higgins at nceas.ucsb.edu
QAContact: kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org
If you are using the CVS version of Ptolemy (rather than 4.0.1 release), a
number of error message flash by when a new Kepler window is created. The error
message is something like:
java.lang.CloneNotSupportedException: Problem cloning 'startTrigger'
but if you look further at the output, you will see something like
[java] Caused by: ptolemy.kernel.util.IllegalActionException: Could not
find a port named 'startTrigger' or 'startTriggerPort'. This can occur when the
name of the variable does not match the name passed to the constructor of the actor.
[java] startTrigger = new TypedIOPort(this, "startTrigger", true, false);
[java] startTrigger = new TypedIOPort(this, "startTriggerPort", true,
[java] startTrigger = new TypedIOPort(this, "foo", true, false);
[java] in .configuration.actor library.Web Service
The problem is apparently that the variable name assigned to a new TypedIOPort
does not agree with the string name parameter ! i.e. in the GarpAlgorithm actor
the was a statement
public TypedIOPort cellSetFilename = new TypedIOPort(this, "cellSetFileName",
Note that 'cellSetFilename'is not identical with "cellSetFileName" ('n' vs 'N')
If you change the string parameter to agree with the variabl name, the error
I don't know why this problem only appears with PTII/CVS. Something in the
introspection that builds the actor tree looks at the varible which does not
agree with the string name?
This is not just a problem with error output. Although Kepler will keep running,
any actor where this problem occurs will NOT be added to the tree!
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