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  • Breaking org.dreambot.api.script.loader.LocalLoader


    yetanotherbot
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    I'm using a dependency (gson) which has a module-info. Script manager hits an expection when enumerating scripts and the script never shows up.

    The problem only seems to be with finding the scripts, not running them.

    Scenario 1:

    • Build script without dependency
    • Launch DreamBot and open script manager
    • Script is found
    • With script manager still open, rebuild script jar with dependencies
    • Script manager throws a bunch of errors but the script is still listed
    • Script can be started and works as expected including dependency calls

    Scenario 2:

    • Build script with dependency
    • Launch DreamBot and open script manager
    • Exceptions throw. Script manager broken. No script found.
    • At this stage, recompiling without dependency or closing script manager has no effect. Client restart needed.

     

    Both scenarios throw this error:

    java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: module-info has been compiled by a more recent version of the Java Runtime (class file version 53.0), this version of the Java Runtime only recognizes class file versions up to 52.0.
     

    Only Scenario 2 throws:

    java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class org.dreambot.api.script.loader.LocalLoader

     

    Can anyone point me in the right direction here?

    Thanks

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    Thanks both for replies. What I've done so far is downloaded the source for gson, deleted the manifest-info, and recompiled. That works but it feels complicated, esp if it wasn't open source.

    @Articron

     

     

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    @Articron I have under Artifacts added 'extracted gson.2.8.6-db' and under modules ticked the library with scope compile. Is this what you mean or something else?

    I think IntelliJ is ignoring the module-info file for java <9 and so it never gets rebuilt. Just a thought.

    @yeeter01 will have a read through that, thanks!

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