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  • Cannot rebuild .jar while dreambot client running


    zeepzoop
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    Using intellij, cannot rebuild the .jar file while the dreambot client is running.  

     

    While the client is running, I also can't delete the .jar file in the file explorer.  

     

    This means i have to open/close the client every time I want to rebuild the script which is really annoying for debugging :(.  

     

    Any solution?

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    i can't modify contents of C:\Users\zeepzoop\DreamBot\Scripts while dreambot is running.  

     

    I want to rebuild a .jar inside this script folder.  

     

    I get an error in intellij when building artifact and an error when I try to delete the .jar in the windoes file explorer

     

     

    Thanks for quick reply

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    i can't modify contents of C:\Users\zeepzoop\DreamBot\Scripts while dreambot is running.  

     

    I want to rebuild a .jar inside this script folder.  

     

    I get an error in intellij when building artifact and an error when I try to delete the .jar in the windoes file explorer

     

     

    Thanks for quick reply

    are you exporting the client with the jar or something? cuz u shouldnt

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    • 3 weeks later...

    I have the same problem as the OP described.

    Warning:Artifacts builder: Cannot delete file 'C:/Users/USER/DreamBot/Scripts/SCRIPT.jar'
    

    Once the Client has been started, the local script stays locked/loaded and will not be able to be replaced by a newer version.

    Are there any work-arounds / fixes on Windows 10, Intellij 2016.1.3?

    Since this really slows down and is uninviting to create scripts.

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    It works on eclipse.

     

    Make sure your script is stopped in the client

    The script is stopped or is not even started.

     

    I also can't delete the .jar in the scripts folder manually, so I highly doubt changing IDE would work, but I'll give it a shot.

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    The script is stopped or is not even started.

     

    I also can't delete the .jar in the scripts folder manually, so I highly doubt changing IDE would work, but I'll give it a shot.

    I have no issue with this in NetBeans either. Wel.... As long as I copy and paste the file in the scripts folder rather than drag and drop.

     

    See if there's an option in the artifacts builder to replace a file or to not delete it. That may be the issue.

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    I have no issue with this in NetBeans either. Wel.... As long as I copy and paste the file in the scripts folder rather than drag and drop.

     

    See if there's an option in the artifacts builder to replace a file or to not delete it. That may be the issue.

    Are you able to manually delete any local script .jar in script directory when you dreambot client is active?

     

    I find it hard to believe that an IDE would be able to delete the jar while DreamBot somehow still has loaded/locked it.

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    acutally I have this issue as well on windows although I'm not building directly into the script directory the Jar is still in use even when the script is stopped. 

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