[x3d-public] X3DJSAIL running generated Java program to produce Java

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Fri Jul 20 19:16:43 PDT 2018

If we conclude that setContainerField() is the best way to add the container field (instead of something like setMaterial), I will have to change my serializers, and you will have to change X3dToJava.xslt.

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> On Jul 20, 2018, at 6:32 AM, Don Brutzman <brutzman at nps.edu> wrote:
> Thanks for the report.
> First I think that your jar is likely out of date, the diagnostics are familiar from the past but do not match current configuration.
> http://www.web3d.org/specifications/java/X3DJSAIL.html#Downloads
> Second, the error is trying to tell you that the file "HelloWorldProgramOutput" is not found.
> I get the following:
> [Error]  [org.web3d.x3d.jsail.CommandLine] file not found: HelloWorldProgramOutput
> Usage: java [-classpath X3DJSAIL.*.jar] org.web3d.x3d.jsail.CommandLine [sourceModel.x3d | package.path.ProgramName | -help | -page | -resources | -tooltips]
>       [-tofile [resultFile.*]] [-properties [propertiesFile]] [-validate]
>       [sourceModel.exi -fromEXI] [sourceModel.gz -fromGZIP] [sourceModel.zip -fromZIP]
>       [-toX3D | -toXML | -toHTML | -toMarkdown | -toTidy | -toClassicVrml | -toJava | -toJSON | -toVRML97 | -toX3DOM | -toX_ITE | -toEXI | -toGZIP | -toZIP]
> Which likely makes sense for your system too, since the examples/ directory does not have any file "HelloWorldProgramOutput" except for those with a file extension added.
> Incidentally to facilitate such testing using IDE debug mode, I added a utility method CommandLine.run(String arguments) which will accept a single string and split it into args.  Example use is now in HelloWorld.java main method, adapted here:
>  // Quick test of CommandLine capability to facilitate debugging:
>  org.web3d.x3d.jsail.CommandLine.run("HelloWorldProgramOutput  -tofile foo.java -toJava"); // allows simple testing
>> On 7/17/2018 6:51 PM, John Carlson wrote:
>> Trying to produce Java source code from Java class, not working ,please advise:
>> coderextreme at DESKTOP-DOPK2VD MINGW64 /c/x3d-code/www.web3d.org/x3d/stylesheets/java/classes
>> $ java -cp ../jars/X3DJSAIL.3.3.full.jar";." HelloWorldProgramOutput -tofile foo.java -toJava
>> parameter: "-tofile" "foo.java" for result file name root foo
>> parameter: "-toJava" for conversion to Java source code
>> [Error] Source model file name is empty, therefore file loading not possible.
>> Java program "HelloWorldProgramOutput" self-validation test results: success
>> coderextreme at DESKTOP-DOPK2VD MINGW64 /c/x3d-code/www.web3d.org/x3d/stylesheets/java/classes
>> $ java -cp ../jars/X3DJSAIL.3.3.full.jar";." HelloWorldProgramOutput ../examples/HelloWorldProgramOutput.x3d -tofile foo.java -toJava
>> WARNING: "HelloWorldProgramOutput" model invocation is attempting to load file "../examples/HelloWorldProgramOutput.x3d" instead of simply validating itself...
>> No, CommandLine is not the correct answer.
> actually yes I think precise CommandLine invocation was the answer.  given that your invocation was different than mine, you might have also been getting Java treating "HelloWorldProgramOutput" as an executable referrence.  Whatever - recommend omitting "HelloWorldProgramOutput" above and getting switches correct.
>> Are we trying to provide a secure mechanism for people to write code so you can’t get the X3D XML or Java source code back out?    What about decompilers?
> nope, no hidden protections.  CommandLine source shows that most of the code is simply trying to parse arguments correctly.
> all the best, Don
> -- 
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