[kepler-dev] class file location

Izabell Caraconcea izabell at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 18:50:20 PDT 2007

Hello All,
I'm facing a similar problem...
I have created my own project (scicop) under kepler/src/org  and developed
one actor.
Then, I went through project building, karlib cleaning and re-building.
Nothing wrong so far. I can see my actor under kepler/kar/actors.
However, when I launch Kepler, I'm getting the error below:

" Error building tree model: Error building tree model: Error building tree
model: Could not clone actor 'Time Series File Reader' from the '
org.scicop.TSReader' class, the actor null, meaning it was not found?
Perhaps there is a classpath problem of the karlib needs to be flushed? "

Any suggestions?

Thank you very much,

PS  It seems that moving my project in a different folder does not solve the
I'm using Eclipse. Do I have to add my project's path somewhere in
the environment settings?

On 10/19/07, Chad Berkley <berkley at nceas.ucsb.edu> wrote:
> Looks like you have it in the right place.  Are you sure the class isn't
> defined twice somehow?  Do you have it in a jar and in the src tree?
> Try doing an 'ant clean' and see if that helps.
> chad
> [BE] Ufuk Utku Turuncoglu wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I need to create new class but when i create it in our project directory
> > (such as src/edu/tutorial/turuncu), i get following error messages in
> > building kepler,
> >
> >     [javac] Compiling 12 source files to /opt/kepler/build/classes
> >     [javac] /opt/kepler/build/src/edu/tutorial/turuncu/Sphere.java:20:
> > duplicate class: Sphere
> >     [javac] class Sphere{
> >     [javac] ^
> >
> > i found that "package edu.tutorial.turuncu;" line causes error and when
> > i delete this line from my own actor code, it works successfully. I
> > wonder that what is the best place to put such class files in kepler?
> > The class is not actor and it will only defines new kind of object that
> > i use in my actors.
> >
> > best regards,
> >
> > --ufuk
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