Procoding seems not to work anymore under Yosemite.
When I’m editing Processing sketches the edits will not be executed. It looks like the originally opened sketch is still being executed without taking into account the modifications.
thanks for the report, I will investigate this.
Will work on a bugfix!
okay, here’s some background info:
– there’s only processing.js affected, that’s the reason I didn’t notice it yet
– Yosemite changed the way WebViews are caching. In all other libraries that load scripts, I am appending the current date/time, to prevent caching. Processing.js however loads local files with an xhr (AJAX request), which might be cool and nerdy stuff, but it’s the main reason things are so broken, e.g. no local previews for processing.js in Chrome and Firefox.
The good news is: I found a workaround.
The bad news is: it might violate the AppStore guidelines, so I don’t know if it’ll get accepted.
I’m working on a fix with high priority and will keep you updated!
Thanks again for reporting this.
I have submitted an update to the app store.
I hope it’ll pass the review soon.
Another update with more fixes for Yosemite (mainly the mis-colored tab bar) is in the works…
Thanks again for contacting me,
The fix is now available as an update through the Mac App Store.
Let me know if it works for you.
More Yosemite related updates will be released whenever they are ready…
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