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Crosspost Updated [Nov. 29th, 2005|08:55 pm]
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[trippingbilly]
I should really mention that I upated Crosspost recently... 0.2.1 Alpha!

http://sourceforge.net/projects/crosspost

Changes in this version include complete MySpace blog support as well as a completed update to the Blogger API.

Currently supported blog services are:
  • Livejoural
  • Blogger
  • Myspace
  • Xanga


Give it a whirl. If you have ideas for added features, go here.

Posted by Crosspost! software.
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-19 06:50 pm (UTC)
Not yet. =/

I just uploaded another version of CrosspostVerbose.exe. Please download using the above link and test again. This *should* provide even more output. It should actually bring up a console window when it tries to run...
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[User Picture]From: ompimec
2006-01-19 10:28 pm (UTC)
Output folder: C:\PROGRAM FILES\CROSSPOST
Execute: "C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\bin\java.exe" -Djava.library.path="lib\swt-libs" -jar "dist\crosspost.jar"
Completed

Now, when you say console window, do you mean an MSDos window? That's what I get, and it opens and closes instantly. I had to use PrtScrn to grab a screenshot of it:

http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/7695/java8xe.gif

This is the same thing that happened when I ran "java -version," though I simply typed that output since it wasn't too long.

So I guess another question I have is, Should these things be opening in DOS windows that vanish as soon as the output is displayed?
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-19 10:53 pm (UTC)
I failed to add the option to our little debugging launcher that keeps the window open, so this functioned as expected.

That output does help me some. Can you check your home directory (usually C:\Documents and Settings\Username) for a directory called "Crosspost" and, if it exists, delete it and run it again?
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[User Picture]From: ompimec
2006-01-19 11:13 pm (UTC)
I have C:\My Documents, C:\WINDOWS\All Users\Documents, and C:\WINDOWS\Profiles\Dustin\Application Data, but no folders named Documents and Settings\Dustin.

Also, I did a C search for folders named Crosspost, and the only folder by that name is the one in C:\Program Files.
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-19 11:15 pm (UTC)
Interesting.

It looks like it's having trouble setting up a profile for you. I'll be looking into this.

What OS are you using?
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[User Picture]From: ompimec
2006-01-20 12:08 am (UTC)
Windows ME, the greatest OS ever x_x;
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[User Picture]From: trippingbilly
2006-01-23 06:38 pm (UTC)
Nope, I haven't forgotten you.

Can you please try running Crosspost again for me. No, I'm not going mad. I made a few changes on the 'net side of things (which do not require a client update). I'm willing to bet it starts up for you now.

Also, if you plan on using MySpace, I suggest you upgrade to version 0.2.3-alpha as MySpace made some more changes to their site recently that required a Crosspost update.
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[User Picture]From: ompimec
2006-01-23 10:51 pm (UTC)
Hmm... It still does nothing when I attempt to execute it. I'm downloading the new version at the moment. I realize that a few MySpace fixes won't affect how it runs on my computer, but I figure I might as well have the current version.
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