JavaFX on Raspberry Pi
alexander.kouznetsov at oracle.com
Sat Dec 12 01:21:37 UTC 2015
I believe Gluon has support for camera. Not sure what platforms are
On 5 дек 2015 20:37, Scott Palmer wrote:
> Thanks, that worked.
> Now I have to see how easily I can get he Device I/O stuff working. If I'm lucky, I might even get the camera writing into a WritableImage.
>> On Dec 5, 2015, at 10:00 PM, Jonathan Giles <jonathan.giles at oracle.com> wrote:
>> I've not tested myself, but this might help:
>> -- Jonathan
>> Sent from a touch device. Please excuse my brevity.
>>> On 6 December 2015 15:29:27 GMT+13:00, Scott Palmer <swpalmer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I seem to recall that the Arm builds of Java 8 no longer include JavaFX. I just installed 8u65 on my Raspberry Pi and that does in fact appear to be the case.
>>> The web page https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/OpenJFX+on+the+Raspberry+Pi was last updated in June and it implies that JavaFX is included in the Java 8 Arm build. Where do I find the current instructions for getting JavaFX onto a Raspberry Pi?
>>> Is there anything pre-built available, or am I forced to build it myself with the instructions here: https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/Cross+Building+for+ARM+Hard+Float ?
>>> I’m using a Mac, and the instructions say that mainly Linux is used to cross-build for Arm, so hopefully I won’t get stuck in build hell :-)
>>> I also noticed that JavaME builds include the Device I/O API (http://docs.oracle.com/javame/8.0/api/dio/api/index.html)
>>> Is it possible to use these APIs and JavaFX on a Raspberry Pi at the same time? Can the Device I/O libraries (.jar and .so) simply be copied over from a JavaME install to a JavaSE install? Do Java 9 modules help with any of that?
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