lqpl / GUI / src / main.rb

# Much of the platform specific code should be called before Swing is touched.
# The useScreenMenuBar is an example of this.
require 'rbconfig'
require 'java'
require 'config/platform'

# End of platform specific code
$LOAD_PATH << File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__))
require 'manifest'

# Set up global error handling so that it is consistantly logged or outputed
# You will probably want to replace the puts with your application's logger
def log_the_error(exception, thread=nil)
  rexcep = exception.exception
  puts exception
  if rexcep.class == ServerProcessNotFound
    show_error_dialog("Server(s) not found",
         "LQPL requires the compiler server and emulator server to be installed on your path.
         Please download or compile these and add them to your path, e.g., in /usr/local/bin.
         See further details at");
  if exception.kind_of? Exception"lqplEmulatorError.log", "w") do |f|
      f.puts exception.backtrace.join("\n")
    # Workaround for JRuby issue #2673, getStackTrace returning an empty array
    output_stream =
    puts output_stream.to_string
  # add other error handling code goes here
  show_error_dialog("Application Error","The application has encountered an error and must shut down.")

def show_error_dialog(title, message)
  JOptionPane.show_message_dialog(nil, message, title, JOptionPane::DEFAULT_OPTION)

GlobalErrorHandler.on_error {|exception, thread| log_the_error(exception, thread) }

rescue => e
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