Dear Mr Cytacki,
I'm sorry to disturb you but I have a problem using your powerfulsensor library. I went to the Google Group page(http://groups.google.com/group/org-concord-sensor), but no answers...
I'm using a Vernier Labquest. When i try to join him using yourlibrary, I automatically get a number device equal to 0. I saw you'reusing a NGIO_lib.dll include in you org.concord.sensor.labquest.jnapackage. The fact is (confirmed by using Vernier SDK with theirapplication) that there is 2 distinct NGIO_lib.dll (one is 392ko andthe other (whitch you use) is 376ko), and only the 392ko file iscapable to join the LabQuest (I tried these dll with their program,with 376ko file I can not access my hardware, but with the 392ko filei can).
I tried to replace your NGIO_lib.dll file by myself (generating thenew SHA1-Digest), but i saw you're using another SHA1-Digest (intCONCORD.SF file). So I can't progress on my project (that I have torealize during my placement), because of this file/sha1.
Is there a way to regenerate your labquest-jna-0.1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar fileby myself (including my NGIO_lib.dll) ?
Thanks in advance for your time.
PS: sorry for my english, I'm a french student.
Did you end up getting this to work?
On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Romain Paris <paris.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> For my own interest, what type of project are you using it for?
> I have to do a placement in order to valid my ingenior grade. I'm actually
> at the UQAM, Montréal, working with Mr Fournier Frederic, education and
> pedagogic department. I have to access peripherics like lego mindstorm or
> vernier sensors, in order to see what sensors students used during the
> experience (if they used the right sensor or not, the objective is to see
> what they used during all the experience).
>> What system are you running this on? What version of windows? Is it
>> 64bit or 32bit java?
> I'm running under Windows 7 Pro 64 bits. This is the 32 bits java (as
> display in the configuration panel). I work with eclipse 1.2.1. This is
> working fine (the library is found) with your dll, but can not find my
>> How are you using the jar file: In a jnlp/webstart app? In an applet?
>> In a standalone app?
> I'm using it in a standalone app.
>> If you just need to add the new native lib and resign the jar that should
> I tried to resign my jar with the new dll, but getting a error from jna
> "Unable to load library
> 'C:\Users\temp\AppData\Local\Temp\jna116261313450862225.tmp': Specified
> module can not be find.". It's like the application could not find the
> NGIOLibrary.class in the new dll (I'm using the dll from the logger pro 3
> app, version 1.64 :
> About Logger Pro
> Logger Pro 3.8
> Aug 26 2009 00:07:26
> LabPro driver version 9.210
> NGIO Library version 1.64 (the first one was version 1.35, the new version
> adding several functions)).
> If you need more informations (source code, dll), I will be pleased to
> answers them.
> 2010/3/24 Scott Cytacki <scyt...@concord.org>