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I found an obscure error in the PATH variable. My Java path should be under Program Files but the path was spelled with Program files. After changing this and re-booting I am having better success.
I have noticed that some of my projects give me a Java lang null pointer exception. I tried several paths to java to no avail but when I re-built the project it ran just fine. The projects were imported from verio 3.2 so perhaps some incompatibilities occur with certain components.
Thanks for your posts. Continues to share your problem and solutions/experiences with us.
Note: I discovered that Windows7 will require a restart to initiate the PATH environment. Test @INC with:
perl -e "print join(\"\n\",@INC);"
from command line.
After much todo.. I fixed this by using the following environment:
TOS v4.2...newest download
mingw 3.4.5 (included in Active State Perl 5.10)
I pointed my perl executable and interpreter to the Perl 5.10 bin/perl.exe
I defaulted the Java interpreter to the embedded Java but I have a JAVAPATH environment variable pointing at the C:\Program Files\Java\jdk_1.6.22\bin\ path.
Notes: When perl ppm wanted to install mingw, I let it but then had to uninstall to get it to work without the gcc error previously noted.
My user PATH environment variable is blank.
My System PATH environment variable includes the C:\Perl\site\bin;C:\Perl\bin; at the front
Ahhh...but I have much more experience in Perl than I do in Java and I have multiple jobs already developed in Perl. Long term, I think your suggestion is valid; short term, I need this resolved in the next 2 days. I noticed that if I use the path to the perl supplied with TOS, I have no issues other than missing modules. It is only when I use a path to an Active State Perl that the gcc error appears. If I try to use the ppm that is supplied to install additional modules the perl.exe quits working.
Please report a bug on our bugtracker. I suggest you to create Java project instead of Perl, because
- There are more components and features in Java project.
- Most of users are working on Java project, you can get more help if you meet troubles.
I have tried several versions of Perl, MinGW, and Talend Open Studio and continue to receive the gcc environemnt error. I have put the path to MinGW, C:\MinGW\bin into my environemet Path settings. I am on Windows 7. The latest install attempt was for TOS 4.1.4.r50363, Perl 5.10.1, gcc 4.5.1. Please help. I can not move forward on updating a new box with my old Talend projects until this is resolved.