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sorry, but forgot few informations:

1.) it doesn't matter if MPS runs as standard user or administrator

2.) complete idea.log attached

Regards,

Mirko



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Hi,

thank you for your report. Please provide more info about your setup:

- is your system 32 or 64 bit? same about Java?

- what file system is used on your HD? FAT32 or NTFS?

- the path where you have MPS installed?

- do you have both MPS 1.5 and MPS 2.0 EAP installed simultaneously?

We'll try to figure out what's wrong. And please, next time just use YouTrack to submit bugreports, because that is much more convenient and faster than using the forum.

http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/

Cheers,

F.

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Hi Fedor,

- System: 64b

- Java: 32b (installed JDK 1.6.0_22 but according log-file MPS uses its own JDK: 1.6.0_17)

- Filesystem: NTFS

- Install-Path: c:\Program Files (x86)\JetBrains\MPS-7121

- i have build 6427 (aka v1.5.1) and 7127 (aka v2.0M1) installed (Path for 6427: parallel in dir MPS-6427)

We'll try to figure out what's wrong. And please, next time just use YouTrack to submit bugreports, because that is much more convenient and faster than using the forum.

http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/

yepp, i'll do.

Regards,

Mirko

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I have the exact same issue as the previous poster, my system configuration is the same except I'm running jdk1.6.0_23

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Hi, Mirko!

Looks like MPS 2.0 M1 cannot be executed if path to MPS home directory contains spaces... This problem was fixed already and in M2 you'll be able to run MPS from arbitrary location. If you'd like to continue working with M! - just move MPS to different directory.

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Hi Alex,

thx, it works that way.

Regards,

Mirko

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