Prism d3d & es2 pipeline + javafx-iio are now open source
richard.bair at oracle.com
Tue Apr 23 11:39:54 PDT 2013
We still have web & media to open source. There are also a couple stragglers:
I'm getting information on the status of these. Web is basically ready to go, we're just figuring out how to do it (we don't want to spend a bunch of time getting the ant builds all updated for webnode only to replace them with gradle a couple weeks later). We may just open source the code and not have it wired into the open build except via gradle.
Needless to say, the list of things left to open source is getting very short, we're in the home stretch :-)
On Apr 23, 2013, at 10:45 AM, Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com> wrote:
> We just open-sourced the following FX sub-projects:
> 1. Prism HW pipelines: prism-es2* and prism-d3d*
> This completes the open-sourcing of Prism and includes the Java and native code for the two Prism pipelines, including the platform-specific Prism code for Windows, Mac, Linux, eglfb (for embedded Linux-arm), IOS, and Android.
> 2. Image loaders: javafx-iio*
> The native pieces for all of the above are now be built with "ant jar" but the native libraries are not yet copied to the "dist" directory (just like the decora native libraries). I may or may not address that, since we will eventually switch to the gradle build.
> -- Kevin
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