Stephen F Northover
steve.x.northover at oracle.com
Thu May 8 17:30:09 UTC 2014
This is great news. I would go with what you have (the unjaring) for
now of course.
Are there any changes you are waiting on in OpenJFX?
On 2014-05-08 12:31 PM, Johan Vos wrote:
> We're getting closer to building the JavaFX Android runtime in OpenJFX.
> I'm trying to automate all steps in the gradle build files, but my
> knowledge is still very limited.
> My current bottleneck: I would like to apply retrolambda to all class files
> once they are compiled (per module). In my JavaFX Android application, this
> is easily done by following the instructions for the retrolambda-gradle
> plugin at https://github.com/evant/gradle-retrolambda. I just add apply
> plugin: 'retrolambda' and automatically all my class files are converted
> from Java 8 to Java 7, with lambda's being replaced.
> For some reason, this doesn't work out of the box on the OpenJFX build --
> maybe because it's a multiproject, or maybe because the jfxrt.jar is not
> created with the jar command?
> I currently do the following: unjar the jfxrt.jar after everything is
> built, apply retrolambda on the class files, and repackage everything.
> Clearly, this is a much dirtier than applying the retrolambda step after
> compilation of the class files in each module.
> Is there someone with sufficient gradle knowledge who can help here?
> I've watched a number of gradle tutorials, and while I'm more pleased with
> gradle than with maven, the only thing that disturbs me is that
> gradle-professionals claim that "gradle is extremely easy". Build tools are
> NEVER easy for developers :) Some are just a bit easier than others.
> - Johan
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