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  • 2009-10-19 @ 4:22 pm   |  Comment and Gallery Post
    by Hartmut Bohnacker

    A smoke-like figure I've done with the attractor 2d tool.



  • 2009-11-12 @ 10:44 pm   |  Comment by Peter König

    Hello, I tried to start this tool but get an OutOfMemoryException... do I need more than 3 GByte im my Processing preferences for this? ;-) Greetings, Peter


  • 2009-11-13 @ 9:09 am   |  Comment by Hartmut Bohnacker

    I tried it with 512 MB memory set in the Processing preferences and it worked. Did you check the checkbox in front of "Increase maximum available memory"? Because without, processing will not use the new settings.

  • 2009-11-13 @ 3:10 pm   |  Comment by Peter König

    Ooops ;-) In fact I failed checking the box. By the way I learned that Processing thinks memory sizes above 1000 MBytes are beyond every reasonable horizon...

    Thank you, Peter

  • 2009-11-13 @ 3:56 pm   |  Comment by Hartmut Bohnacker

    I'm happy I could help! Actually this is a mistake already made by some other people, including me :-)

  • 2010-01-20 @ 11:28 am   |  Comment by Jonas Deuter



    I started working with processing - I had no problems at first time. Then I reinstalled my mac and processing can't find my "generativedesign"-package anymore - but it's inside my libraries-folder. What happend? I think I did everything like times before. Can anybody help me?

    Thanks a lot,



  • 2010-03-17 @ 12:38 pm   |  Comment by chris


    hey i got the same error but i did check the box and increased the memory to 2gb.


    but still the error in all scetches.




    it seems to me that something else must be wrong. i have version 1.1 and the libs should be installed correctly.



    at at$ Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at antlr.LLkParser.LA( at antlr.TokenBuffer.LA( at antlr.TokenBuffer.fill( at antlr.TokenStreamCopyingHiddenTokenFilter.nextToken(Unknown Source) at antlr.TokenStreamCopyingHiddenTokenFilter.consumeFirst(Unknown Source) at antlr.TokenStreamHiddenTokenFilter.consume( at Source) at Source) at antlr.CharScanner.match( at antlr.CharScanner.consume( at antlr.CharScanner.append( at antlr.ANTLRStringBuffer.append( in thread "Thread-6" java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space




    btw why is the pasted text in the comments upside down?




  • 2010-03-17 @ 4:00 pm   |  Comment by Markus Klink

    It seems that processing 1.1 is broken. Try to remove the comment section on top of the sketch and run again. This is what made my sketches run again. I reverted to processing 1.0.9 and there everything works fine.



  • 2010-03-17 @ 4:35 pm   |  Comment by chris

    yep its working with 1.09. thx

  • 2010-03-18 @ 5:39 pm   |  Comment by Hartmut Bohnacker

    Yes, there is a problem with Processing 1.1 and non-ascii chars in comments (like the 'ß' in 'Benedikt Groß'. Removing those chars solves the problem. Or using Processing 1.0.9. Or downloading the codes package again (I already removed those chars in the new version).


    I already posted that bug to the Processing developers and it seems that this bug will be fixed in the next release.

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