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Thread: SA Version: and Cmd ?

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    Default SA Version: and Cmd ?

    In a project using SA Version:, Cmd: and a custom path to ext-6.2.2 on OS X El Capitan Versions 10.11.6 and java version "1.7.0_79"
    Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_79-b15) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.79-b02, mixed mode).

    With SA shutdown I tried to configure SA to use Cmd using both methods described in the video video 1) putting Cmd it in the default cmd folder for SA and 2) by using a Custom Cmd Base Path in SA Preferences for a project but I get an error about Cmd on startup of SA both times. I installed and reinstalled SA to use Cmd: between each try. I have now restored SA to Cmd: by uninstalling and reinstalling SA

    Hope this makes sense, please advise is Cmd compatible with SA or should I be waiting for a new release of SA that is ? thanks.

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    Hi Reg,

    Thanks for the info so far and sorry to hear about your troubles. I configured SA to use 6.5.2 via the method Petr suggested (copying from the Cmd folder to Architect) and was able to load a project. **Albeit it did ask if I wanted to upgrade, which I did.

    Can you share the error(s) it's showing? Also, if you try running an app watch/build/etc. from the command line does it produce an error as well?


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