kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Mon Aug 20 22:02:08 UTC 2018
I agree with this advice, too. The easiest way is to take the javafx
jmods and use 'jlink' to produce the JDK you need. If your application
is modularized, you can jlink your app into the java runtime image and
only pull in the modules you need.
If you have more advanced needs, I note that we are looking to add a
'jpackager' tool as a replacement for the javapackager (which was
delivered along with javafx in JDK 10). You can follow the discussion on
On 8/20/2018 2:40 PM, Pedro Duque Vieira wrote:
> Hi Petr,
> I agree with Johan, best way to distribute a JavaFX app is to bundle Java
> with your app. Also, not everyone as Java installed. So if you distribute
> just the jars so that people don't have to install anything, they might
> have to end up having to install Java anyway.
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