m2 images and Freetype on Windows
Alan.Bateman at oracle.com
Sun Oct 12 20:11:48 UTC 2014
On 12/10/2014 19:55, Ludovic HOCHET wrote:
> Hello Alan,
> Copying the DLL to the bin directory fixes the issue for jconsole yes.
> After jconsole, my sanity checks continue with Netbeans which launch
> fine (provided I disable JavaFX) but has then issues when editing code
> (my take it doesn't find everything it expects in a JDK, ie jars as it
> complains of missing java.lang, not unexpected).
> Maven on the same hello world is fine though.
Does your test launch NetBeans with --jdkhome to point to your build of
jigsaw/m? Or maybe you mean that you added your build of jigsaw/m2 as a
platform and created a project that uses it? In any case, NetBeans and
other IDEs that read scan the JDK image for JAR files is an area that
will need attention. One long standing suggestion is a "finder API" to
be used in conjunction with javax.lang.model to avoid needing to poke
around in the JDK image.
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