getBitmapDataPlanes not recognized?

  • I have a program that, apparently, calls getBitmapDataPlanes: method
    on an NSPICTImageRep.  Nowhere in my own code is that method called so
    it must be called from an AppKit or Quicktime APi that I use.  About 2
    or 3 months ago I installed one of the Quicktime updates on my
    development computer.  Ever since then computers that try to run my
    program (I am developing using XCode 2.5 and the 10.4uSDK) that do not
    have the latest Quicktime installed get this exception:

    *** -[NSPICTImageRep getBitmapDataPlanes:]: selector not recognized
    [self = 0x1679f030]

    Is there a way to force my program to use the 10.4 "native" Quicktime
    API instead of what is available on my computer?  I am linking to the
    QTKit, Quicktime and QuartzCore frameworks in /System/Library/
    Frameworks, but shouldn't the linker be using the ones under the
    SDKROOT automatically?

    Daniel
  • On Dec 2, 2007, at 11:20 AM, Daniel Hazelbaker wrote:

    > I have a program that, apparently, calls getBitmapDataPlanes: method
    > on an NSPICTImageRep.  Nowhere in my own code is that method called
    > so it must be called from an AppKit or Quicktime APi that I use.
    > About 2 or 3 months ago I installed one of the Quicktime updates on
    > my development computer.  Ever since then computers that try to run
    > my program (I am developing using XCode 2.5 and the 10.4uSDK) that
    > do not have the latest Quicktime installed get this exception:
    >
    > *** -[NSPICTImageRep getBitmapDataPlanes:]: selector not recognized
    > [self = 0x1679f030]

    If you'd like to see how this is getting called, try setting a
    breakpoint on [NSException raise]

        - Scott
  • At some point I'll need to dig into that... Unfortunately none of the
    machines it is crashing on have the dev tools installed... yet. :)

    Daniel

    On Dec 2, 2007, at 2:37 PM, Scott Stevenson wrote:

    >
    > On Dec 2, 2007, at 11:20 AM, Daniel Hazelbaker wrote:
    >
    >> I have a program that, apparently, calls getBitmapDataPlanes:
    >> method on an NSPICTImageRep.  Nowhere in my own code is that method
    >> called so it must be called from an AppKit or Quicktime APi that I
    >> use.  About 2 or 3 months ago I installed one of the Quicktime
    >> updates on my development computer.  Ever since then computers that
    >> try to run my program (I am developing using XCode 2.5 and the
    >> 10.4uSDK) that do not have the latest Quicktime installed get this
    >> exception:
    >>
    >> *** -[NSPICTImageRep getBitmapDataPlanes:]: selector not recognized
    >> [self = 0x1679f030]
    >
    > If you'd like to see how this is getting called, try setting a
    > breakpoint on [NSException raise]
    >
    > - Scott
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