Java SE Embedded 8u6 and JDK 8u6 for ARM released

Lisa Selle lisa.selle at
Fri Jul 11 12:52:56 UTC 2014

Hi Jörg,

The repos that the 8u6 release were built from are not currently 
public.  I don't believe there is any plan to make them public, although 
I will follow up on this question.

In the case where the repos remain private, then I'm sorry to say that 
while all JavaFX changesets for 8u6 are also in 8u-dev, there is no tag 
or other indicator which would let you see exactly which changesets went 
into 8u6, or to duplicate them in a build.

If you are interested in specific features or bug fixes, there are jiras 
corresponding to the bulk of the changesets - just look for 8u6 in the 
fix version field.  The jiraas should contain links to the corresponding 
openjfx changeset.

Is this just a general question or is there something specific you are 
looking for?  Maybe there is another way to get you the information 
you're after.


On 7/11/2014 5:25 AM, Jörg Wille wrote:
> Hi,
> what JavaFX Changeset is this release based on?
> And in which repo can I see the tag for this release?
> Jörg
>> Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 17:06:58 +0300
>> From: Daniel Blaukopf <daniel.blaukopf at>
>> To: "openjfx-dev at Mailing"
>>          <openjfx-dev at>
>> Subject: Java SE Embedded 8u6 and JDK 8u6 for ARM released
>> Message-ID: <5AE2B8CA-D766-4969-94CB-34D8F080D361 at>
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>> Hi,
>> JDK 8u6 for ARM and Java SE Embedded 8u6 were released yesterday. This
>> release includes new JavaFX features in addition to bug fixes:
>> Support for Freescale i.MX6Q Sabre Device Platform
>> Multitouch support
>> The 8u6 release also includes several enhancements to the core Java
>> platform such as reduced static footprint and improved runtime performance.
>> Java SE Embedded:
>> JDK for ARM:
>> Docs:
>> This is an update to the tested and supported binary release of JavaFX.
>> The OpenJFX sources have the latest features and bug fixes, but have not
>> undergone the same testing as supported JavaFX binary releases.
>> Daniel

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