Posted 11 February 2015 - 03:30 PM
For professional reasons I am confined to Snow Leopard for my operating system. Is there any way to modify Bit Slicer 1.7 alpha 14 or 1.7.4 to work with my system? I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place as the one app I depend on for a living needs to be wrapped with Rosetta to function. It's not a PPC app just a 32 Bit Universal Binary app that for whatever reason crashes in Snow Leopard unless wrapped with Rosetta. I'm trying to run a patch with the last version of bit slicer for Snow Leopard 1.7 alpha 8 and I get the error:
6:16:08 AM: An error occured trying to run the script...
6:16:08 AM: <class 'ImportError'>
6:16:08 AM: cannot import name VirtualMemoryError
6:16:08 AM: <traceback object at 0x1163d0b90>
I realize that you added VirtualMemoryError with version 1.7 Alpha 14 which is not compatible with Snow Leopard. If there is any chance of a fix for Snow Leopard please let me know. I'd be willing to pay for a custom version.
Posted 12 February 2015 - 12:12 AM
Posted 12 February 2015 - 02:29 AM
from bitslicer import VirtualMemoryError, DebuggerError
Are there any other tweeks I should make to get the patch working with 1.7 Alpha 8? I appreciate the support.
Posted 12 February 2015 - 02:35 AM
Posted 13 February 2015 - 04:04 AM
Posted 13 February 2015 - 03:23 PM
Thanks again for the tips. When I remove any of the lines of code, even if I remove one letter, it breaks the patch similar to a program that requires a specific number of lines and characters to function. It almost sees like a security measure. As an alternative I tried mispelling each uneeded entry by one letter to disable them but then I get a syntax error on line 4. Line 4 has the code: ZNS.objectsV$classÂ§ The error is below:
7:21:28 AM: An error occured trying to run the script...
7:21:28 AM: <class 'SyntaxError'>
7:21:28 AM: invalid syntax (10834924811744285254.py, line 4)
7:21:28 AM: <traceback object at 0x11667b3b0>
The patch opens but it won't execute properly. Is there a proper alternative method for disabling lines of code in the patch instead of removing them?
Posted 13 February 2015 - 11:41 PM
Thanks again for the tips. When I remove any of the lines of code, even if I remove one letter, it breaks the patch similar to a program that requires a specific number of lines and characters to function. It almost sees like a security measure...
Code is generally like this.. It has to be 100% typed correctly, otherwise it won't work. It shouldn't break for example, if you only just insert an empty line somewhere. The error you pasted is a syntax one - meaning the program is not typed correctly. It's hard to help without seeing the entire program. Feel free to take to PMs if you want.
Posted 14 February 2015 - 02:04 AM
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