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Re: [equinox-dev] Simpler JavaFX class loading
- From: Tom Schindl <tom.schindl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 18:00:20 +0100
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a) Simply providing a fragment
No. The problem is that JavaFX is on the ExtensionClasspath which is
skipped by default on Equinox - maybe this changes with Luna?
On Kepler there was an invalid OSGi-Switch who made this possible!
Search the forum on a discussion how this could work.
b) SWT-FX integration
This would still have to be done using the hook because the
swt-embedding is not on the classpath
c) putting in the JavaSE1.8 profile sounds wrong - this is not JSRed API
so if I'd ship an extra profile JavaSE-FX-1.8 which holds the packages.
Another problem with this is that - believe me - many people have to
access internal API so if you only export the public one you'll make
many people not happy.
On 25.02.14 17:43, Alex Blewitt wrote:
> Can you not just install a fragment to the system bundle that exports the javafx packages?
> Sent from my iPhone 5
>> On 25 Feb 2014, at 16:15, Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hey gang,
>> Iâm aware of the work Tom S has done with class loading hooks to get JavaFX classes to load. Iâm just wondering if there are easier approaches we could be following, something we can put in the JavaSE-1.8.profile file or somewhere else so that we can make this a more data driven approach. Itâs a pain to have to set the osgi.framework.extensions property for every product we want to build with JavaFX support. Iâm aware that not every 1.8 VM will have JavaFX in it, but for those that do, Iâd love to see this support enabled automagicly. Any thoughts?
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